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United - New Berbatov Deal

How things change!

It was only back in the summer that many supporters presumed that our Bulgarian striker, Dimitar Berbatov, might well be deemed as surplus to requirements.

A little more than five months later and Dimitar is topping the Premier League scoring charts, having notched up three hat-tricks already this season.

The reward for such a scintillating period of form has come his way, according to several tabloid sources, in the form of a new three year deal that will keep him at Old Trafford until the end of the 2015 season whilst also seeing, supposedly, his weekly salary rise to 175,000 a week.

A nice line of work if you can get into it we`d say!




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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 15 2011

Time: 4:30PM

Your Comments

Does the media not realise that just because Rooney is on big wages it doesn't mean every player is going to want bigger wagers or even be given them. I really can't imagine that on the back of one good season he earns a bumper wage increase nor can I see Fergie giving him that that increase. Berby said he was willing to fight to stay at Man U so I can't see him hopping ship because he felt he deserved the wages and the real figure being discussed is much lower.
TheFamousNo7
Perhaps Red Boy got a nought in the wrong place!
merlin
Crazy money
kanchelskis
 

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