After brushing away Manchester United’s £23m bid for star striker Dimitar Berbatov earlier this week, Tottenham brass have made it clear to anyone out there dreaming of a move for the Big Bulgarian, that anything less than £30m will be considered a laughable offer.
Well after realizing that nobody in their right mind would splash £30m, Berbatov has decided to sign another tune, and is prepared to come back to White Hart Lane for another season. However, there is one hitch…
Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov may stay at the club for one more season in return for Spurs lowering his £30m price tag. (Daily Mail online)
So the deal is one more season for a lower valuation fee. Does anyone else see how this turns out to be a fair deal for the club? You essentially get the striker for one more good season before being forced into selling him at a lower valuation. You have to wonder if this really is a fair offer.
Should Tottenham take the offer and keep Berby around White Hart Lane? Would supporters be happy if you got £23m for the big striker?