Former Premier League hitman Dimitar Berbatov is reportedly pondering retirement from professional football, according to BBC Sport (12:14).
The 36-year-old, who is a free agent after leaving Greek outfit PAOK Salonika towards the end of last season, netted 94 English top-flight goals between 2006 and 2014 for Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Fulham respectively.
Berbatov, who also earned 78 international caps for Bulgaria between 1999-2010, is said to be thinking about calling time on his playing career having failed to find a new club, with two transfer windows having been and gone.
The Bulgarian forward joined Spurs from Bundsesliga side Bayer Leverkusen back in May 2006 following his reported £10.9m switch, before lifting the 2008 League Cup with Tottenham.
After 46 goals in 102 games for Spurs, Manchester United snapped up Berbatov in a deal worth £30.75m in September 2008, where he went onto win two Premier League titles, the League Cup, an FA Community Shield and the FIFA Club World Cup.
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