Or at least his agent does, which usually means nothing,
“When a player has a good season it is normal that there is interest, but he has a good contract so it is not something to discuss and he will be at least next season at Tottenham, too,” said Dantchev.”
Martin Jol slapped a 40 million price tag on Berbatov as the Bulgarian has become one of the Premiership’s hottest players. It may simply mean that Manchester United need another season to save up after they shell out 20 odd for Owen Hargreaves in the summer. Or, quite nicely, Berbs may simply be seeing if Tottenham go from strength to strength or simply wilt away next year.