Fulham are reportedly eyeing Manchester United's striker Dimitar Berbatov who later had rarely appeared regular in the team.
As reported Mirror Football, Tuesday (12/06/2011), the Lilywhites would like to get the players from this Bulgria in the winter transfer market.
Although Berbatov contract with the Red Devils will end next summer, but Fulham very confident can bring in former Tottenham Hotspur player is to Craven Cottage with a contract value of 5 million pounds.
Berbatov's own future with United remains unclear, in which 30-year-old player is often on the bench in reserve by Sir Alex Ferguson.
Not only that, the exclusion from United's Carling Cup event Berabtov increasingly narrow the opportunities to appear as a starter. As is known, Berbatov is more often played by the coach in the game, small game such as the Carling Cup.
Apart from Fulham, two other big European clubs such as Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla, also reportedly interested in a player who was bought by United in 2008.