Apr 21, 2010
Dimitar Berbatov will be staying at Manchester United according to his agent, despite some below-par performances and reports linking him with a move away from the club.
Berbatov was brought to Old Trafford for over £30 million from Tottenham less than two years ago, but has not impressed in the absence of Wayne Rooney this season and Bayern Munich and AC Milan have been linked with bids.
Reports are rife that Sir Alex Ferguson is looking to sell the striker, but the Bulgarian's agent Emil Dantchev insists that he has not even talked with Sir Alex Ferguson about his client's future.
"The situation is clear, the future of Dimitar will still be at Manchester, he is happy there," he told Calciomercato. "A difficult relationship with Ferguson? I cannot and don't want to comment on these speculations from the press.
"I can only say that I have not scheduled any meeting with Ferguson, because there is no need."
He also denied specific speculation about Milan, adding: "I have read the article on Milan, I can just say that it is a market rumour and it is not real."
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