Roman Pavlyuchenko has declared that he is ready to explore the possibility of a move away from Spurs to a club where he will get the opportunity to play regular first team football, according to Goal.com.
“I do not have much playing practice at Tottenham, although I am in very good physical shape. I very much want to play football. That’s why I need to start thinking now about moving clubs in the winter. I love Tottenham. The team is like my second family. But if nothing changes I will agree to any loan deal. In fact, to any deal which gives me the chance to play permanently,” said Pavlyuchenko
Since signing from Spartak Moscow in 2008, Pavlyuchenko has often cited a frustration at never been given this chance at Spurs, for whom the 43-times capped Russian International Striker has scored just once this season, in the recent 3-1 Europa League Group A win over Shamrock Rovers.
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