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Tottenham's Pavlyuchenko wants Birmingham move

Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko is hoping he can make the move to Birmingham City.

The 28-year old Russian has long been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane and has urged the club to sell him before the transfer window closes.

Pavlyuchenko has experienced a tough time at Spurs with manager Harry Redknapp demoting him to third, and sometimes fourth-choice striker, and if the right money comes up, a deal would be agreed on according to Redknapp.

"Pav wants to move and if the chairman feels we can afford to let him go it wouldn't be a problem to me," he said.

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy rejected a £10million offer from Birmingham on Friday as he is keen to recoup much of the £13.8million they paid Spartak Moscow for him in August 2008.

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