Adebayor spent the second half of last season at Real Madrid, while Bellamy was on a season-long loan to Cardiff, and although both players are free to leave Eastlands this summer, they are yet to find a new employer.
With record signing Sergio Aguero joining an already-bursting strikeforce including Edin Dzeko, Mario Balotelli and wantaway skipper Carlos Tevez, both Adebayor and Bellamy are surplus to requirements.
Bellamy has been linked with a return to Cardiff or Celtic, while Sunderland boss Steve Bruce has also expressed his interest. Former Arsenal striker Adebayor looked set to join Madrid on a permanent deal, but such a move appears to have fallen through. But even if either player fails to secure a move, they have been told they are unlikely to feature for City this season.
"These players [Adebayor and Bellamy] are not part of my plans," Mancini told The People.