The Russian’s representative says the England international is attracting interest from other clubs, and reveals he will discuss a new contract for his client with Daniel Levy
Spurs are in the hunt for a new striker after their four main forwards - Crouch, Pavlyuchenko, Jermain Defoe and Robbie Keane - failed to impress last season.
All four strikers are reportedly allowed to leave as Harry Redknapp looks to freshen up his attacking options, and Crouch has been linked with moves to Everton, Stoke City and Sunderland.
Pavlyuchenko's agent, Oleg Artemov, has revealed that he will hold talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over a new contract for his client soon, and added that Crouch looks set to leave White Hart Lane.
"I expect to talk nearer to the transfer window's closing time," Artemov said in the Daily Star. "At the moment he is too busy.
"He needs to sell players and to buy new ones. Two or three teams are interested in Peter Crouch.
"So he is most likely to be the one of the five Spurs attackers to leave."