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Berbatov to Venture North?

Berbatov to Venture North?

Dimitar Berbatov, by all accounts, did cut a happy figure on Saturday after learning he wasn`t even on the substitutes` bench for the Champions League Final against Barcelona.

Ever since then, the inference has been that Berbatov has decided that he doesn`t foresee a future for himself at Old Trafford.

That being the case the tabloid press have wasted no time in lining up possible destinations, one of which was a return to White Hart Lane, quite possibly in part exchange for Luka Modric.

But, this morning, the story has been given another twist with Newcastle now, according to the tabloid press, emerging firm favourites to lure the Bulgarian to St James Park.

With cash to spare after the transfer of Andy Carroll, Newcastle believe they can convince Berbatov to make the move content in the knowledge that he will be their number one striker, in stark contrast to how things currently are at Old Trafford.

It remains to be seen whether anything actually materializes though, we`ll keep you informed.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday May 31 2011
Time: 4:35PM

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If he does move, due to his workrate and speed I think he should move back to Germany if anywhere, maybe even Italy. The German and Italian game is much slower and it will allow him to prolong his career for as long as possible rather than retiring at 32 like he currently expects. Personally don't think Newcastle should hold their breath on this one. I would be shocked to see him leave over something so pathetic and at the same time, if he does want to leave, I don't want anyone who can't accept the managers decision at the club. I reckon it's all a load of rubbish myself, we've finally seen the best of him, he's happy he's showing his best, we're all happy and pleased to have him and he's constantly iterated and reiterated his desire to stay and it all seems a bit far fetched to want to leave because of it. Give him a contract extension of 2-3 years, keep him this season then ship him off for a decent resale value.
TheFamousNo7
31/05/2011 18:16:00
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With his current workrate and speed he might be in newcastle for christmas if he can be bothered.
Kanchelskis
01/06/2011 16:10:00
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