Roman Pavlyuchenko's agent claims Tottenham are pricing the Russian out a move away from White Hart Lane.
Pavlyuchenko has been continually linked with a move away from Tottenham, with the striker struggling to make an impact in Harry Redknapp's first-team plans.
The Russia international, who scored in Saturday's FA Cup win over Cheltenham, has made just four substitute appearances in the Premier League this term and has previously voiced his discontent with his lack of regular action.
A number of Premier League and Russian sides have been credited with an interest in Pavlyuchenko, but the striker's agent, Oleg Artemov, claims Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is demanding too high a fee for the 30-year-old.
"We can't agree about the price with Mr Levy, that's all," Artemov told Sport-Express.
"He values Pavlyuchenko according to his own gauge: how much the club spent on him, the number of his goals and he also wants some profit on him. I don't really know how he's counting."
Artemov insists there are still offers on the table for Pavlyuchenko, but any move depends on Tottenham.
"These offers are still valid, the problem is that we can't agree about the financial conditions with none of them (the interested teams). I repeat: everything is up to the Tottenham president. He hasn't received new offers (since these four came in)."