If Ramos ends up having to say goodbye to Dimitar, then he has a seemingly endless list of potential replacements, but is this one good enough to fill the Bulgarian’s boots?
Spurs could enter the race to sign £8million-rated Real Zaragoza striker Diego Milito.
The 29-year-old, who is also being linked with Everton and Manchester City, could prove to be the answer for coach Juande Ramos should Dimitar Berbatov quit White Hart Lane.
Milito has been added to Everton’s list of transfer targets as David Moyes steps up his search for more firepower.
The Everton manager, who is also considering a bid for Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher, believes Milito could be prised away from Real Zaragoza for less than the £8m asking price following their relegation from Spain’s top flight last season.(Mail Online)
Whilst it’s clear that Milito is a very good striker, his goals were unable to prevent his La Liga side being relegated. However, although Diego finished amongst the top scorers in the two previous seasons, he lacks the skill and flair of Berbs. The Argentine is strong and great in the air and is relatively cheap so he is by no means a poor potential target, but Juande Ramos might need to spend more of Daniel Levy’s money if he really wants to replace the irreplaceable! Are Spurs fans resigned to losing Berbs and, if so, who should they look to replace him with?