Tottenham striker Pavlyuchenko must take pay-cut for Marseille move

Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko must accept a pay-cut to move to Olympique Marseille. The Sun says Marseille are lining up a £10million bid for Pavlyuchenko.

Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko must accept a pay-cut to move to Olympique Marseille.

The Sun says Marseille are lining up a £10million bid for Pavlyuchenko.

Pavlyuchenko, 28, has been growing increasingly frustrated with life on the bench at Spurs. But he may have to accept a cut on his £60,000-a-week wages to join the French champions.

Pavlyuchenko came on as a late sub for Jermain Defoe in Tottenham's opening-day goalless draw against Manchester City.

But he has started just nine league games since his £13.8m move to White Hart Lane from Spartak Moscow two years ago.

 
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