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Spurs eye 10m Chile striker Suazo - once they offload flop Pavlyuchenko

17 Dec 2009 12:30:09

Spurs eye 10m Chile striker Suazo - once they offload flop Pavlyuchenko

Tottenham want to spend the money they get for Roman Pavlyuchenko next month on Chile striker Humberto Suazo. Russia international Pavlyuchenko will get his wish to leave White Hart after falling to fourth in the pecking order and with Robbie Keane being linked with a switch to Celtic, Spurs boss Harry Redknapp will have cash to spend on 28-year-old Suazo. The stocky 5ft 8in hit-man helped Monterrey win the Mexican League but now wants to try his hand in Europe. Bad for good: Suazo is being lined to replace Pavlyuchenko And the club won't stand in his way, Monterrey resident Jorge Urdiales admitting: 'We will listen to and discuss any offers we receive. We have to offer Suazo the opportunity to grow and succeed elsewhere. He wants to play in Europe and we will leave it down to the player and his representatives.' Coach Victor Manuel Vucetich added in The Sun: 'We will support whatever he decides even though he is under contract.' Suazo cost the Mexicans around £5m in 2007 when he signed from Colo-Colo. It's unlikely a player who has scored 44 times in 85 league starts plus another 17 for Chile will be allowed to leave for much less than £10m - the exact figure Zenit St Petersburgh are offering for Pavlyuchenko who has scored 15 times in 42 Tottenham appearances since his £14m move from Spartak Moscow last year.  Redknapp hails rampant Tottenham as they put shoddy Man City to the swordKranjcar: My dream team with Modric can push Spurs to Champions LeagueTHE FIRING LINE: Gianfranco Zola and Phil Brown at mercy of the big boys - but find out who can enjoy Christmas cheerManchester City star Robinho frozen out on big stageTOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC


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