Tottenham’s Pavlyuchenko wants Birmingham move

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

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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