Berbatov heading abroad this summer
Dimitar Berbatov has turned his back on a potential return to Tottenham or a move to any other English club, according to his agent.
The Bulgarian, 31, will leave Old Trafford this summer after four years but is looking for a "new challenge in another league".
Emil Danchev, speaking to Goal.bg, revealed that a return to White Hart Lane was not being considered for the former Spurs hitman who cost United £35millon in 2008.
Sir Alex Ferguson has said United will sell last season's joint top Premier League goalscorer if a good offer comes in after the club activated a one-year option to extend Berbatov's contract in March.
Berbatov wants to leave because he has played in only 12 matches for the Reds in the league and his agent has now put a whole host of European clubs on red alaert.
"He wants to take a new challenge in another league," said Danchev.
"It was a very unpleasant season for him so Dimi just wants to play football."
Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Valencia, Juventus and Paris St Germain are understood to be interested in Berbatov who could be valued at between £6m and £8m by United.