Daniel Levy looks set to overlook overtures for Dimitar from Old Trafford and instead decides to offer the Bulgarian a move overseas!
Tottenham will take a £5million hit to stop Dimitar Berbatov going to Manchester United.
Spurs are ready to let the Bulgarian strike ace join Barcelona or AC Milan for a cut-price £25m.
The Londoners had asked United to pay £30m before accusing them of unsettling their star player.
Spurs’ move is sure to further infuriate Old Trafford boss Alex Ferguson following the war of words that kicked off between the two clubs last week over Berbatov. (The Sun)
Clearly the atmosphere between Spurs and Manchester United has sunk to an all time low with the north London club rightly getting irritated by the not so subtle attempts to unsettle their star striker. And yes whilst tapping up may be a common occurrence that doesn’t make any less wrong when it rears its ugly head. Also given that Sir Alex didn’t actually look like he was going to bid in the 30m region anyway I don’t think Tottenham would lose anything by deciding to deal with teams on the continent rather than at home. Do Spurs fans think that Berbatov has played his last match for the club?