Sky Sports understands that Dimitar Berbatov is keen to leave Fulham in January, according to his agent.
The former Bulgaria international impressed in his first season in West London, netting fifteen league goals in thirty-three appearances, though he has scored just twice this campaign for the Cottagers, who currently sit in the relegation zone of the Premier League.
The 32 year old’s representative Emil Dantchev has confirmed that the striker is not happy at the club, who parted company with manager Martin Jol at the weekend after a sixth straight defeat in all competitions.
Jol signed the striker initially for Tottenham Hotspur in 2006, before again making a beeline for his services once more last summer, after he had spent four years at Manchester United.
Fulham, now under the guidance of Rene Meulensteen, host Spurs in the Premier League this evening, and Berbatov is priced at 9/1 to get the first goal of the game.