Spurs striker Roman Pavlyuchenko could still leave White Hart Lane in the summer, according to reports.
It is thought that Harry Redknapp could still let the Russian international go if he receives a considerable offer in excess of the £14 million they paid for him over two years ago.
Pavlyuchenko was close to leaving Spurs in the January transfer window but two separate bids were rejected from un-named Russian clubs after the offers fell well short of Redknapp’s valuation.
Since his return to the Tottenham line-up the 29-year-old has scored eight goals in his last seven appearances helping his side to fourth in the table.
Pavlyuchenko has been frustrated with his lack of first team action at White Hart Lane after struggling to find the back of the net in his first season but is now making up for lost time.
Pavlyuchenko was forced off after 36 minutes of Spurs' 2-1 win at Stoke but has given Tottenham a boost after declaring himself fit for their home match against Portsmouth.
Redknapp will be hoping Pavlyuchenko can remain fit for the rest of the season as they go in persuit of fourth spot with so many injuries to high profile players.
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