He also used to play for Tottenham…
Queens Park Rangers are considering a move for AS Monaco forward Dimitar Berbatov, according to the Daily Star.
Loftus Road boss Harry Redknapp has worked with the 33-year-old before, during his time as Tottenham boss. The forward could provide help for Charlie Austin on the goalscoring front. They have been overly reliant on the Englishman so far this campaign.
The Bulgarian is currently plying his trade in Ligue 1, and is the top scorer for his club AS Monaco this season. He has seven goals in 20 appearances for the principality based side so far. The striker has only been with the side for 12 months, arriving from Fulham last January.
The Star claim Berbatov could be available for £1 million, which would be cheap if he was to help the London side to stay in the Premier League come the end of the current campaign. However, the last time he played Premier League football he looked languid and lazy with relegated Fulham, and it’s unsure whether he’s the kind of forward a manager would truly want in a relegation battle.