Monday, July 14, 2008

Is Berbatov really worth £10m more than Samuel Eto'o?

Reports claim that United may well have agreed up to £24m for Dimitar Berbatov, who Spurs signed for just £10m. We have been told that it's a take it or leave it offer. Let us hope that is so because there's no justification for paying silly money for a striker who is seemingly only wanted by the Red Devils - there are no other serious bidders. United may well have been alerted to the news that Samuel Eto'o is reportedly available for just £15m. Like Berbatov, Eto'o comes with a certain amount of baggage, but for just £15m could Fergie be tempted?....

2 comments:

  1. I'm not a fan of Berbatov, so I don't want him for any price. Sure, he can be good as hell on his day, but how often does his day come?

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  2. Eto'o might not be bad idea when you think about it. He's pretty pacey and has a good head on him

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