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.
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.
'Now we are expecting the next stage of the talks. There is clearinterest in him from several clubs. Personally, I want Pavlyuchenko tomove.'
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.
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