Loftus Road keen on White Hart Lane bench warmer.
Tottenham have offered striker Roman Pavlyuchenko to QPR according to his agent.
The 29-year old Russian international continues to be left out by Harry Redknapp and is still attracting interest from some clubs with a January transfer a distinct possibility.
Pavlyuchenko’s agent, Oleg Artemov, told Russian paper Sovetsky Sport that Spurs have given QPR the opportunity to sign him in the winter but a move is not a certainty just yet.
“This is true that Tottenham have turned to QPR. I know about it. The club has a right to do so as they have a contract with Roman,” he said.
“Before talking about it – if Roman wants to be a QPR player or not – we have to consider every detail. Roman hasn’t thought about it yet.”
And Artemov insisted that it was not Redknapp who has offered the striker to the Loftus Road outfit.
”It should be understood that Roman wasn’t offered to QPR by the manager,” he added.
This is something of a no-brainer. Roman Pavlyuchenko is sick and tired of not getting his chance to shine at Tottenham and QPR need a striker fairly badly so a deal seems eminently likely. Whether such a deal begins with a loan move in January remains to be seen.
The 29 year old former Spartak Moscow man may have thought that the departures of Robbie Keane and Peter Crouch may have left him with more chance of Premier League action but has only managed just 17 minutes of top tier football this season.
Neil Warnock’s side have managed just 15 goals in 15 matches, with the lions share of those efforts coming from veteran Heidar Helguson, with the 34 year old Icelandic international netting six and there is no doubt that the West London side could well do with an attacking injection to help them steer clear of the drop zone.