Dimitar Berbatov has revealed that he wants to follow his dream, which presumably means him joining Manchester United rather than Barnet.
Berbatov told The Sun: “I’m now in Tottenham but no one can disagree with me wanting to follow my dream.”
On being a substitute on Saturday, he said: “I’m not angry about the decision of Juande Ramos to name me as a substitute. I’m not crying.
“I only show my emotions to my close friends and family.
“But if I was laughing when I was on the bench, people would say I was an idiot.
“I noticed that Eric Cantona never smiled but I don’t know if anyone ever asked him why he didn’t look happier.”
The Bulgarian’s agent Emil Dantchev added: “We have two weeks until the end of the transfer window. I think this will be the most important week.”
Curiously, United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said he’s happy with his strike force of Carlos Tevez and Wayne Rooney.
The Scot said following their 1-1 home draw with Newcastle: “Tevez will be back next week and Wayne Rooney will be much sharper.
“That will be our strike-force. I am happy to continue that way.”
It’s quite clear without Ronaldo, United lack that flair player to unlock defences. Therefore I hope Spurs continue their stance until United agree to pay a price that Daniel Levy is happy with.