Swansea manager Bob Bradley has hinted that his side could make a move for former Manchester United and Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov, report Sky Sports.
Berbatov is currently without a club, and Sky Sports quote Bradley in confirming his interest in the Bulgarian: “He’s on our radar – but there are a lot of things on our radar.”
The 35-year-old moved to Tottenham in 2006, scoring 46 goals in 102 appearances for the North London club. He also won the League Cup with Spurs under Juande Ramos in 2008, scoring in a 2-1 victory over rivals Chelsea.
In the summer after the League Cup triumph, he swapped White Hart Lane for Old Trafford. Berbatov made 149 appearances for Manchester United, scoring 56 times and filling his boots with silverware. During a four year spell at United, he lifted the Premier League and Community Shield twice, as well as the League Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.
Since leaving United, he has gone on to play for Fulham, AS Monaco and PAOK. He could now be set for an unprecedented return to the league where he enjoyed so much success.
Sky Sports cite BBC Radio in quoting Berbatov revealing the special place the Premier League holds in Berbatov’s heart: “When you’ve played in the Premier League you don’t want to play anywhere else.”