Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has hinted he’d love to rejoin the Red Devils in a coaching role during a recent Instagram Q&A session with fans.
Berbatov, now retired, spent four glorious years at Old Trafford (2008 – 2012) during a spell which saw the Bulgarian lift eight major trophies, including three Premier League titles.
Signed by legendary gaffer Sir Alex Ferguson, Berbatov featured in 149 matches in all competitions for United and was directly involved in 83 goals.
However, nearly nine-years after departing Old Trafford, the once great forward has hinted he’d welcome a return to the Reds in the form of a coaching role.
Speaking on a recent social media Q&A session with fans, Berbatov said: “First they need to invite me.
“You don’t imagine me going there and being like, ‘I will be the new coach of the forwards’… and if they invite me then it will probably be an easy decision.”
Pictures courtesy of Dimitar Berbatov’s official Instagram
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