To make the deal, or to not make the deal, that is the question. For Tottenham boss Juande Ramos, the decision to part with one of his prized possessions for a boatload of cash is a question that should be weighing heavily on his mind today.
Various sources have reported that Man United have upped their initial bid for Spurs striker Dimitar Berbatov by making a final offer that could prove to be too lucrative to pass on.
Manchester United have put a £25m limit on their pursuit of striker Dimitar Berbatov and told Spurs that it is their final offer. The Londoners rejected an initial offer of £20m. (Various)
A take-it-or-leave-it offer of £25m is sure to have Ramos and Co. on high alert. With Berbatov wanting to walk away, the London club has to wonder if this could be the best offer that comes their way. Even if Berby has another stellar season, will anyone really bid more than £25m next summer for his services?
Is the new-and-improved £25m bid enough for Juande to let go of his big striker? If so, who would you go after with the new funds?