Tottenham offer Pavlyuchenko to Arsenal for cut-price fee

Tottenham have offered Roman Pavlyuchenko to Arsenal, it has been revealed.

Russia's Tvoi Den says Spurs have offered Pavlyuchenko to their arch-rivals for just £6million.

Pavlyuchenko wants to stay in London because he bought a house following his £13.8m move from Spartak Moscow last summer, rather than renting like Arsenal's Andrey Arshavin.

Pavlyuchenko has been linked with Villarreal, Stuttgart, and Besiktas among others, and an associate of his says he knows nothing of apparent interest from Roma.

Viktor Kolar, who is not Pavlyuchenko's primary agent but played a part in the deal taking him to Tottenham, said: "I don't know anything. By reading the papers I learned that the club (Roma) would make a move for the player, but with regards to myself no one has made me aware of anything.

"There's nothing concrete because there have been no offers made either to the club or to the player.

"I don't have any idea how they can write that Roman will be at Roma. I spoke to the management and I know that next year he will be part of a serious project.

"He still has many years on his contract and he intends to prove also in England how much he is worth."

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