Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Transfer News: Berbatov

So, after being left behind in Wembley, Dimitar Berbatov reportedly wants to leave Manchester United. Newcastle are keen to sign him. However, a bid of around £12million may be necessary, but could they afford his wages? This is one of the reason Joey Barton can't get a new contract, with Mike Ashley's policies with wages a huge problem.
However, Berbatov was a Toon fan when he was a kid, and said he often slept in his memorable Shearer top. With him having the prospect of playing for his childhood club, could he take a paycut?

47 comments:

  1. i am from Bulgaria and i whant Berbatov play in MU!!!!!

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  2. Interesting point of view, I'm not sure if I understand it thought- the game I mean.

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  3. Hmmm, good thoughts, I dont think the pay cut is worth it.

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  4. It never cease to amaze me how much people will pay to have athletes on their teams... xP

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  5. I just can get over how much money they get for play... just wow.

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  6. Well compared to the other players of manu, they should just take the money. Its not that they lack of good players...

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  7. Good post for me, i wish him luck.

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  8. Working parts lead to good profit.

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  9. Interesting, thanks for posting.

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  10. Athletes get paid factors more then teachers or researchers, its absurd sometimes.

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  11. I guess he can either take it or leave it.

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  12. Interesting. Where is he gonna play?

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  13. Good post! thanks for info

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  14. I think they should only get paid if they win! Now there's alot of motivation eh?

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  15. Liked to read about it! Keep up the posts! :D

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  16. I agree with Tuffy - Tuff beans if you lose, win and you get paid!

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  17. They make so much anyway! ha

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  18. wish Juventus would return to their days of old and grab some great talent

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  19. I don't know, but he seems overrated. He will stay at ManU.

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  20. That salary seems outrageous!

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  21. Good team, great player. Awesome pay!

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  22. They won't be able to offer him all, so I guess it's up to him just whether he wants to or not

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  23. Overpaid haha...

    Who am I kidding, I really don't know what this blog is talking about. :/

    Post more details please.

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  24. Either way, he seems as though he benefits...

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  25. playing for a childhood team is a dream for most players

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  26. lets hope he has a better team there

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  27. Im not really a football guy but that was quite interesting to read(:

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  28. He gets paid enough, who cares if he has to cut back a little.

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  29. why would you want to leave Man U

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  30. I'd say take it, what's money without ideals and dreams?

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  31. Does Manchester United really need another high salary player, good god...

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  32. wow i cant believe it but ok man i guess thats true!

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  33. He will stick around Man U, no one else will pay his wage.

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  34. He should play in the Spanish league.

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