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Trying to Force the Issue?

Is Dimitar Berbatov proving to be quite a sharp character.

The reason I ask is that his recent declaration whereby he announced he wants to remain at Old Trafford could give United problems.

Berbatov, who many expected to demand a move after his Champions Leage Final dispapointment, is in the last yea ro fhis contract.

Therefore, some big-wig at Old Trafford has to make a decision.

If, as we suspect, United are not going to offer Berbatov a contract extension then come this time next year Berbatov will be free to leave for nothing.

Having cost in excess of 30 million from Spurs, if United choose to not offer a contract extension and let Berbaotv run his ocntract down, it represents a huge financial hole.

Therefore, whilst Berbatov may very well want to stay another year (at least) don`t be surprised if he doesn`t have much choice in the matter and finds himself clearing his locker and moving to a new club!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 5 2011

Time: 5:16PM

Your Comments

It's more a case of whether Berbs would accept another offer more than whether Utd offer him a deal or accept a bid. Fergie shafted Berbs and he's gonna get shafted right back. i think Berbs will sacrifice one year in order to try to destroy Fergie.lol.lol
jerkinmahjurgen
Berby is forcing our hand if when offered a new contract he doesn't sign.
TheFamousNo7
He'll be gone this summer, probably back to Germany, Utd will take 10 million and you know some clubs out there will take a punt at that price or he'll sign on and be a much maligned squad player who sits and wonders why Owen is still here.
Kanchelskis
 

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