Latest rumours suggest that ex-Manchester United star, Dimitar Berbatov, could return to the club to train as a potential move to another Premier League club looms.
The Manchester Evening News passed this snippet on:
Manchester United return for Berbatov as striker targets Premier League comeback
The Bulgaria international made his international debut way back in 1999 and has hit 48 goals in 78 games for his country.
Last season the journeyman was at PAOK where he scored 5 goals in 25 games for the club as a number 10.
He spent two years at Fulham and Monaco respectively after his stunted Manchester Untied career and did well at both clubs.
But his head sadly went down way before the end of his time at Manchester United and he just couldn’t find the consistent form that made him such a hit at Tottenham.
His goalscoring record was still pretty decent at Manchester United. He scored 56 goals in 149 games over the course of four seasons with 21 coming in the 2010-11 season. But he too often went missing in the biggest games and perhaps his style didn’t suit the pace with which Manchester United like to play their football.
Nevertheless he was regularly a joy to watch.
“In this stage of my career I know where I am – I would happily play for a team where they use my experience and my knowledge. I can help young players develop and make the team stronger. In the end it’s all about helping the team play.”
Let’s see some of his finer moments in England.