Harry Redknapp is set to cash in on Roman Pavlyuchenko in the January transfer window, with the Tottenham manager admitting that the striker is a good chance of leaving.
"I suppose it's possible if he feels it will hamper his chances of playing in the Euros and whatever but it would take a good offer for us to sell him,” Redknapp said.
"If someone wants to take him it would have to be a good offer because he is a good player.
"Come January if he is not in the team then it's up to him and it's up to [Tottenham]. If we get a good offer he is worth good money. He is a top striker."
Redknapp sais recently that he hoped to keep Pavlyuchenko at Tottenham, but the Russia international had to fight for his place on the squad.
But Pavlyuchenko denied that this was the case at Tottenham, insisting that Redknapp would not include him in his places even if he was on top form in training.