Roman Pavlyuchenko has been a revelation at Euro 2008. The Russian striker impressed with his movement and positioning which compensated for his less-than-clinical finishing. Now, the Russian striker seems to be in-demand for clubs across Europe, but his club, Spartak Moscow, will notÃ‚Â sell to just anybody.
According to The Daily Mirror, Tottenham have had a Ã‚Â£10 million bid for the striker rejected on the pretext that they are not a Champions League club.
“We have received two offers. One of them is from an English team.” Said Sergei Shalvo, and official of Spartak Moscow, according to The Daily Mirror.
“Since it’s not a team playing in European Champions League we are more likely than not to reject their offer.”
Tottenham are desperate to bring in some strikers as both Robbie Keane and Dimitar Berbatov are being linked with moves to Liverpool and Manchester United respectively. Darren Bent’s future at the club is equally uncertain as the English striker wants to play regular football and could move to achieve his goal.
[Source: The Daily Mirror]
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