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Berbatov Exit?

Could our top scorer from last season be entering a final spell at old Trafford?

The reason I ask is that speculation is rife that the Turkish side, Galatasaray, are actively pursing the Bulgarian striker.

In fact the Turkish side are very open in their pursuit with their president, Unal Aysal, openly admitting that he is a player they are looking to acquire.

January could be an interesting month!



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 9 2011

Time: 4:35PM

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Being 30 and only having 6 months left on his contract we can't really demand much but all the same if we can't get something moderately decent then I'd sooner see him stay until his contract actually finishes. Extremely disappointed though that Fergie didn't cash in on him when the opportunity arose and PSG showed interest even moreso considering the lack of involvement in the first team and our efforts so far in the season.
TheFamousNo7
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09/11/2011 20:05:00

You were so desperate to sign him too, loved F*******'s panic! His star has certainly waned over the last couple of years.
kennyclementstache
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09/11/2011 20:43:00

I can't help but feel glad the way his career has gone tits up. Just the way in which he forced the move was a very poor show imo, hope he is enjoying the bench alongside St.Michael
HuddersfieldYiddo
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09/11/2011 23:48:00

If he makes the bench Huddersfield! The sight of their top-scorer from last season sitting in the stands while fheir best striker gets dropped into midfield suggests to me that taggart has really lost the plot.
fifthcolumnblue
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10/11/2011 08:02:00

Would be sad to see him, he is extremely talented and would walk into any team in Europe. I guess he dosnt fit the United system, with his "warming the ball" style of play.. Great player..
nordkap
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10/11/2011 13:46:00

Any side in Europe? Have a day off Nordkap
Bluedub
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10/11/2011 22:03:00

To be fair to Nerdy, he got the "walk" bit right!
fifthcolumnblue
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11/11/2011 20:11:00

 

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