Redknapp will only accept good offers for Spurs pair.
Harry Redknapp insists Spurs have no plans to let David Bentley and Roman Pavlyuchenko leave for knock-down prices when the transfer window reopens.
Both are being tipped to leave White Hart Lane in the New Year after failing to secure regular first-team football under Redknapp.
Spurs shelled out nearly £30million on bringing to pair to the club and Redknapp insists that if they are allowed to leave that it will not be for a bargain price.
Redknapp has confirmed that chairman Daniel Levy will have the final say on deals, however if he were brokering the fees that he would be looking to recoup as much as possible.
“David would like to move, there is no doubt about that,” explained Redknapp. “He feels he needs to move on and play.
“Obviously Pav wants to move but we are not mad to sell them. They are not going cheap and are both good players.
“It is up to the chairman and whether he gets the money and it is the right offer. I would not let them go cheaper. Otherwise you end up giving them all away.
“I won’t let my emotions get in the way of the fee we get for Pav and Bentley.” (Sky Sports)
Tottenham look a totally different side to the one that Harry Redknapp took over just over a year ago and the White Hart Lane boss has slowly worked his magic in the transfer market and got the most out of the players who were already at the club when he arrived but it appears more than likely that neither David Bentley or Roman Pavlyuchenko have much of a future at the club.
Bentley has failed to justify the price tag Tottenham paid Blackburn Rovers for the England international and the former Arsenal man has found himself warming the bench for pretty much the entire time Redknapp has been at the club but it seems that whilst some clubs, Man City and Aston Villa to name two, have shown interest in the attacker, no one has actually come forward with a bid.
Roman is in a slightly different category to David in that he has performed pretty well when called upon but has found himself slipping down the pecking order due to new Tottenham arrivals. Harry may well like to keep hold of the Russian but the former Spartak man needs to be playing regularly at his age and deserves to be at a club who could well use his services and the likes of Roma and Valencia have been sniffing around the big forward.