Roman road leads out of Tottenham as Redknapp will be forced to sell

13 December 2009 09:33
Going: Roman Pavlyuchenko could be on his way out of Tottenham[LNB]Tottenham's executive chairman Daniel Levy insists Harry Redknappmust sell before he can buy in January and Roman Pavlyuchenko remainsthe most likely sacrificial lamb after last week. [LNB]Despite Redknapp insisting that Pavlyuchenko still has a future atthe club, his agent, Ooleg Artemov, said: 'I do not want to comment onwhat Redknapp says but we had a very constructive meeting with DanielLevy at which we discussed Roman's future. [LNB]'Now we are expecting the next stage of the talks. There is clearinterest in him from several clubs. Personally, I want Pavlyuchenko tomove.' [LNB]The Russia striker, 27, has been unable to command a first-teamplace and his sale would provide Redknapp with the funds to bid forMatthew Upson or David James.[LNB] Tottenham Hotspur FC: All the latest news from across the webTottenham to probe Assou-Ekotto's clash with fan after Wolves defeat Tottenham 0 Wolves 1: Redknapp suffers as Doyle delivers survival boost[LNB] [LNB]  Explore more:People:Matthew Upson, David James, Harry Redknapp, Daniel Levy, Roman PavlyuchenkoPlaces:Russia

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