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Bound for Spain?

Struggling to force his way into contention for a regular starting place, courtesy of the form of Rooney, Hernandez and Welbeck, rumours about the future of Dimitar Berbatov are circulating again.

The latest we stumbled across infers that the Bulgarian is being tracked by the Spanish side, Valencia.

Could a January transfer window move be in the pipeline?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday October 4 2011
Time: 4:39PM

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They're welcome to him but for how little we can demand for a 30 year old with 6 months on his contract we may as well just keep him. I think we missed a golden opportunity when PSG offered 15+ mil for him. Then again after a very good season and not knowing whether Welbeck would step up to the mark I can see the logic behind keeping him.
TheFamousNo7
04/10/2011 20:12:00
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wasn't he your top scorer last season? How the mighty have fallen!
Al Billy
04/10/2011 20:22:00
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he was but time stands still for no man!
Red Boy
04/10/2011 20:30:00
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I dont want too see Berba go, his touch and vision are superb, if he is content with being a squad member, which he has just recently stated he is, I dont want to see him go. I think United will offer him a new contract, we cant let him go.
nordkap
04/10/2011 21:24:00
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Are you sure la Liga is slow enough for berbatov?
fifthcolumnblue
04/10/2011 23:24:00
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