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Roman Pavlyuchenko has "concrete offer" in his hand

Pavlyuchenko has offer in hand
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Roman Pavlyuchenko's agent insists that his client is prepared to return to Russian in January.

Roman Pavlyuchenko's agent has said that his client is prepared to return to the Russian league unless he receives a better offer.

The Russia international, who has scored 21 goals in 76 games for the London club since his arrival in 2008, has made just four appearances as a substitute for Spurs this season.

Pavlyuchenko is believed to be eager to remain in the Premier League, but is ready to leave should he receive no other offer.

"At the beginning, Roman absolutely ignored Anzhi," his agent told

"He wasn't against going back to Russia, but not to the Makhachkala-based team, but Pavlyuchenko is tired of the uncertainty and the lack of match action.

"He has a concrete offer from Anzhi in his hand. This offer is very good and profitable. Roman will accept it unless he gets a better offer."

The 30-year-old has also been linked to QPR, Spartak Moscow and Lokomotiv Moscow.

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