I Am Looking For Another Club For Roman Pavlyuchenko – Agent
The Russian is eager to end his nightmare spell at White Hart Lane and has instructed his agent to find him another club...
Roman Pavlyuchenko’s difficult spell at Tottenham Hotspur is set to draw to a close this summer as his agent has declared that he is currently searching for a new club for his client.
At 27-years-old, Pavlyuchenko should be in the prime of his career. He achieved what he thought would be a dream move from Spartak Moscow to Tottenham Hotspur last summer.
The Russian international has since become disillusioned with his situation at Spurs, where he has struggled to find a regular first team place. It now appears that the Russian international is ready to move on to find a club that appreciate his talents more, instructing his agent to find him another side.
"I am busy with the search for a new club for Roman," Oleg Artemov, the player's agent, admitted to The Daily Mirror.
"Earlier this week I received a phone call from the Stuttgart manager [Markus Babbel], who officially confirmed their interest in Pavlyuchenko."
Roma are also interested in signing Pavlyuchenko as Mirko Vucinic could to leave the Stadio Olimpico.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is unwilling to take a loss on a player who he paid around £14 million for last year.
"I talked to Daniel Levy,” Artemov confirmed. “He told me that he doesn't think that Roman has become cheaper now. Forwards are always in short supply in football and their value shouldn't drop, even in the credit crunch times."