Stoke plot Pav and O’Hara bids

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Stoke City are believed to be plotting a double swoop for Tottenham’s Roman Pavlyuchenko and Jamie O’Hara.

Pavlyuchenko had a fine second half of the season at White Hart Lane, having initially been deemed surplus to requirements by Harry Redknapp.

His resurgence in form will mean Spurs will be reluctant to let him leave, with the Daily Mail’s quoted £11million fee seeming rather cheap on that basis.

The Russian has already signalled an intention to remain with Spurs, but has constantly been linked with moves away from the club.

Stoke boss, Tony Pulis saw his side a touch goal-shy last season, and sees Pavlyuchenko as the ideal man to help rectify that problem.

O’Hara is also in his sights, after Harry Redknapp agreed to allow him to leave this summer, having given him no guarantees of regular first-team football.

Whether Stoke will be willing to meet the £8m asking price remains to be seen.

O’Hara had a successful last season, despite being relegated with Portsmouth and has also been linked with Newcastle United and West Ham.

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    • we dont want him,his just a avg joe most of the time,and if our manger had any idea,he would spend that moni on a midfielder cuz pav is no better than dave kitson,its just a shame that we have a clueless manger that just likes avg joes that kiss his ass and then he makes them 1 of his fav players and then the donkeys r on the teamsheet everyweek…

  1. jus get rid of pav.only difference between now and last year is that now hes worth a few bob. A good player???????god no
    COYS

  2. Not being bad to Stoke (I actually enjoy their old fashioned "bully boy" style of play), but I know for a fact Pav is an ambitious man. He'll be looking to move to another top 4 team in another country. O'Hara might join, but he's so far up him self you never really know with him.

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