Pavlyuchenko is being priced out of move away from Spurs, claims agent
Roman Pavlyuchenko’s hopes of a move away from Tottenham this month are being threatened by a high transfer fee being demanded by chairman Daniel Levy, according to his agent.
The 30-year-old striker has scored one goal in five Premier League appearances and has fallen behind Emmanuel Adebayor and Jermain Defoe in the pecking order.
Pavlyuchenko moved to north London from Spartak Moscow in 2008 for 13.8 million but has since failed to secure regular first-team football at White Hart Lane.
Let me go: Roman Pavlyuchenko's agent feels the player is being priced out of a move
Pavlyuchenko has been hevily linked with a move away from White Hart Lane with Lokomotiv Moscow and Anzhi Makhachkal among his keen admirers.
The player's agent, Oleg Artemov, says that Levy is yet to reach an agreement with anyone over the value of the striker.
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He said: 'We can’t agree about the price with Mr Levy. He values Pavlyuchenko according to his own gauge. This is by how much the club spent, his goals and he also wants some profit on him.
'I don’t really know how he’s counting.'