“Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is not going to let Roman leave”


Roman Pavlyuchenko’s agent has claimed that the striker will be staying at Tottenham Hotspur.

Pavlyuchenko has been linked with moves to Roma, Spartak Moscow and Sporting Lisbon, but it appears he could be set to stay at White Hart Lane, with Robbie Keane being the most likely forward to be sold.

Agent Oleg Artemov told the Daily Star Sunday: “Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is not going to let Roman leave, he is necessary for Harry Redknapp. Roman himself does not want to leave England but, if that does happen, he will return to a Russian club.

“We have noted information appeared regarding the possible departure of the striker. Among contenders were Sporting Lisbon and Spartak Moscow. But I did not see any movement from Spartak – there were no specifics. Interest from both Zenit and Lokomotiv, as was reported in Britain, was nothing.”

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  1. Pav has shown some flashes of quality,by no means enough but Harry has not played him a lot and even less for a full 90minutes.Pav for his part has at times looked uninterested even lazy.Well if Dan Levy has said no to a move it could be a chance of a fresh start for Pav and a chance to show why Spurs paid so much for him.Harry should also give the man another chance and not pre judge him.Maybe just maybe what we seek is already at the club after all like him or hate him Bent started banging in goals for a lesser club than Spurs after his move.Bent regained his confidence and has a supportive manager.Would love to see Pav given the lift he needs at start of seaon and a kick in the plums later on if he starts to slack.However would not say no to Falcao at Spurs if the chance arose

  2. Levy should be manager of the club as well as chairman then he would not have these problems. Unless the coaches make problems then Levy should be the coaches too. and if the physio makes problems then Levy sohlud be the physio too. If the programme sellers make problems then

  3. Levy blocked the transfer of James rightly forcing Redknapp to stick with Gomes. Levy thankfully seems to give the checks and balances needed to aid Redknapps transfer dealings.


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