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Dimitar Berbatov has had his ups and downs as a Manchester United player. He moved from Tottenham to Old Trafford in summer 2008 for a little over $50 million but has failed to live up to his price tag.
It's easy for fans to wonder why Sir Alex Ferguson now has so little faith in Berbatov.
At the beginning, the Bulgarian was used all the time, with over 30 appearances in each of his first three seasons. In his third campaign, he was even top scorer of the Premier League with 20 goals.
However, in Berbatov's 2011-2012 campaign, he played in just 12 league games and only 21 in all competitions. While Sir Alex Ferguson has stated that he would like the 31-year-old to stay at United, it's hard to see Berbatov having a good future at the club.
The Bulgarian striker has been linked to many clubs across Europe and it's difficult to predict where he will end up. Nonetheless, it appears that he will be leaving Manchester in the coming months.