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Roman Pavlyuchenko has been offered to Queens Park Rangers by Tottenham and could move in January.

The west London club could use the Russian international, who has only made two substitute appearances in the Premier League this season, to bolster their attack.

Pavlyuchenko’s agent Oleg Artemov said: ‘This is true that Tottenham have turned to QPR.

‘I know about it. The club has a right to do so as they have a contract with Roman.

‘Before talking about it – if Roman wants to be a QPR player or not – we have to consider every detail. Roman hasn’t thought about it yet.’

The 29-year-old forward has been linked with Lokomotiv Moscow, a club in his native Russia, but Harry Redknapp has inferred he will need a replacement before letting Pavlyuchenko go.

Artemov says he has not spoken to Redknapp about the situation and offering the player to QPR was not the manager’s idea.

‘I’ve ready Harry’s quotes,’ explained Artemov. ‘It should be understood that Roman wasn’t offered to QPR by the manager.’

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