Berba wants out
Dimitar Berbatov has pleaded with Tottenham to allow him to complete his "dream move" to Manchester United.
The Bulgaria international was the subject of a rejected £20m bid from the Red Devils at the start of the summer with Spurs believed to be holding out for £28m which would represent a £17m profit in just two years.
But Berbatov has now broken ranks by admitting he wants to make the move to Old Trafford in order to play Champions League football.
He told The Times: "I'm now in Tottenham, but no one can disagree with me wanting to follow my dream."
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is playing a cagey game in his pursuit of Berbatov after claiming he would not be overly concerned if he failed to add to his squad this summer.
However, with Louis Saha almost certain to be sold before the end of August, Fergie's need to supplement Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez is all too apparent.