Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala have reportedly agreed to sign Roman Pavlyuchenko from Tottenham.
According to talkSPORT, the Dagestan club have had an offer of £13 million accepted for the striker, as they continue to make great strides in the transfer market.
Makhachkala were purchased in January by billionaire Suleyman Kerimov had have since secured the services of Brazilian legend Roberto Carlos and highly-rated PSV Eindhoven winger Balázs Dzsudzsák.
And now it would appear that Russia international Pavlyuchenko could become their next high-profile addition as Spurs look to clear out some excessive baggage this summer.
£13 million would represent good business for Spurs, having paid just £1 million more in 2008 for Pavlyuchenko, who has hardly enhanced his reputation at White Hart Lane.
It would also free up some much need transfer funds for Spurs boss Harry Redknapp, who has been told by chairman Daniel Levy to trim his squad before significant investment can be made.
The acquisition of another goalscorer is thought to be a priority for Redknapp this summer, as he looks to build a side capable of qualifying for the Champions League next season.