White Hart Lane man wants out.
Roman Pavlyuchenko is rumoured to want to stay in the Premier League, but his representative Oleg Artemov concedes he is willing to move to Anzhi if there are no more offers.
“At the beginning, Roman absolutely ignored Anzhi,” Artemov told Tden.ru.
“He wasn’t against going back to Russia, but not to the Makhachkala-based team, but Pavlyuchenko is tired of the uncertainty and the lack of match action.
“He has a concrete offer from Anzhi in his hand. This offer is very good and profitable.
“Roman will accept it unless he gets a better offer.”
SOURCE: Sky Sports
You have to feel sorry for Roman Pavlyuchenko. The Tottenham man has tried his hardest to prove to Harry Redknapp that he is worthy of at least occasional first team football but it seems the 30 year old will give up in January and leave White Hart Lane in search of a place in the starting eleven elsewhere.
Last term the former Spartak Moscow man netted 14 goals in 25 starts but whilst that made the Russian the club’s second top scorer it hasn’t led to more first team football, it has in fact led to less. In fact the big forward is yet to start a Premier League game this season.
The likes of Everton and Fulham are said to be considering moves for the Tottenham man but a lot would depend on how much the North London side wants to sell the player for.