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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Tottenham Determined to Receive £32m from Manchester for Dimitar Berbatov

Dramas are going on over Manchester United’s expected deal with Tottenham Hotspur for their Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov. Recently, Daniel Levy accused Manchester United of making illegal approach for the Bulgaria international who scored 46 goals in 101 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur. The base of their allegation is a report of The Sun quoting Manchester United boss Alex Ferguson which he later denied.



Now, Spurs owner Daniel Levy demands £32 million for the striker who joined Tottenham two years back on a £10.9 million deal from German club Bayer Leverkusen. Tottenham even officially complained to Premier League about it. The three-member premier league panel inquiring the matter asked Tottenham to provide with undisputable proof in favor of their claim.



Tottenham Hotspur is believed to be enraged by Manchester United’s intense pushing towards Tottenham to accelerate the deal as early as possible. Recently, United revealed their interest to Barcelona striker Thierry Henry which could reportedly be another attempt to push Tottenham towards the deal. Meanwhile, Dimitar Berbatov himself is very much eager to join Manchester United looking to play in Champions League next season. Still, it is believed that Manchester United has reached at the stage to sign the striker and it is very likely to complete the signing by the end of this month.



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