Roman Pavlyuchenko's agent denies rumours of bust up between the striker and Tottenham coach Kevin Bond

The Russian's representative insists there is no conflict between his client and the Spurs staff and claims talks are on-going with Daniel Levy to determine the forward's future
The agent of Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko is adamant his client has not fallen out with Spurs coach Kevin Bond.

Pavlyuchenko has been strongly linked with a move away from White Hart Lane this January after struggling for first-team football this season and reports have emerged suggesting the striker had a training ground bust-up with first-team coach Kevin Bond.

The 30-year-old has made just five league appearances this season, scoring one goal, and has been linked with a move back to Russia but, with time running out until the transfer deadline, a departure is apparently unlikely.

However, his agent has now moved to dismiss rumours of conflict with the Spurs coaching staff and was cagey over a potential move for his client.


Speaking to RIA Novosti, Olg Artemov said: "All this about the conflict with the coach is rubbish.

"There was no conflict, the scenario was entirely dreamt up."

"We're not rushing into any decisions [regarding a transfer].

"We are in negotiations with [Tottenham chairman, Daniel] Levy. Tonight everything will be sorted out."