Dimitar Berbatov set to depart Old Trafford unless he is offered a new deal.
Dimitar Berbatov is considering his options at Manchester United and could request a transfer in January [SOURCE: Tutto Mercato].
His status in the pecking order of strikers at the club has changed drastically in the last twelve months, and he has lost his place to first Javier Hernandez (or Chicharito, as he is known), then Danny Welbeck, who came back from his loan spell at Sunderland with brilliant results.
The 30 year-old Berbatov is aware that the next contract he signs will be likely be the last major deal of his career.
He could make a move to Paris Saint-Germain in January, where he would join a rejuvenated team in part thanks to Qatari money.
Record signing Javier Pastore has inspired PSG to greater heights, and the French capital side would hope that he and Berbatov could develop the kind of telepathic understanding that intelligent footballers seem to forge.
As for Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson will be confident he already possesses decent cover in his squad – and may be glad to acquire any transfer fee he can get for his Bulgarian striker