00:35 – Dimitar Berbatov signs for Manchester United with Fraizer Campbell joining Spurs on loan.
00:33 – The striker leaves Old Trafford – no official confirmation on signing.
22:01 – Berbatov completes medical and arrives at Old Trafford.
19:03 – Sky Sports News report that Berbatov is under-going a medical at a South Manchester hospital.
17:35 – Sky Sports News now reporting that no permission from Spurs for Dimitar Berbatov to speak to Manchester United.
17:13 – No bid from Real Madrid says Guillem Balague via a source at the Spanish club.
17:01 – Sky Sports News now reporting that Spurs have given Manchester United permission to speak to Dimitar Berbatov, however, they say no bid has been made.
16:50 – Real Madrid could rival Manchester United and Manchester City with a staggering Â£36m bid for Berbatov, says reports from Spain.
16:43 – According to Sky Sports News, Berbatov now in talks with Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson at Carrington.
16:06 – A new development, Dimitar Berbatov is reported by Sky Sports News to be in a car with Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson on route to United’s Carrington training ground. Whether this is true is unknown.
Manchester City manager Mark Hughes has confirmed that his club have agreed a fee to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Dimitar Berbatov.
The Welshman told Sky Sports News: “We’re going to try and bring good players to the club and it’s a notice of our intent and we’ll try hard to get him if we can. But obviously we’re in the market place for top players now, so that’s what we’re looking to do.”
He added: “We’ve made an offer and I think it’s agreed between ourselves and Tottenham and really it’s about the boy making a decision I think.”
He went on to say he hopes to meet the Bulgarian at some point today.
The bid is reported to over Â£30m.
Earlier it was said that Berbatov was flying to Manchester.
Manchester United striker Louis Saha has completed his move to Everton. Question is, how will United react to City’s bid for Berbatov? Will they make a rival bid for Berbatov or look elsewhere?
More news as it comes in.