West London rivals could make a move for Tottenham man.
Guus Hiddink is keen for Chelsea to bid for Tottenham flop Roman Pavlyuchenko.
Blues boss Hiddink has told owner Roman Abramovich he knows how to get the best out of the forward.
The £14million Russian striker has struggled to justify his price tag since arriving at White Hart Lane from Spartak Moscow.
Pavlyuchenko, 27, has a decent scoring ratio of 13 goals in 30 games – but he does not not fit into Harry Redknapp’s long-term plans.
And Chelsea caretaker Hiddink insists there is a bargain to be had. (Daily Mirror)
Well this is a bit of a surprise. Clearly Guus knows Pavlyuchenko very well but would Chelsea make a move for the Tottenham man and perhaps more importantly would Harry entertain the notion of selling the Russian forward? Well let’s look at that. It seems clear that Roman isn’t going to be a first choice starter at White Hart Lane and Harry does look like wanting to shape the squad into a bunch that he himself has brought in. The former Spartak man is a good player who always gives his all and is liked by the fans for that reason, however he hasn’t shown nearly enough in Premier League matches to show that the investment in the Euro 2008 star was a good one. Do Spurs fans want the club to keep Pavy?