Bradley: Berbatov is on Swansea's radar

Free agent Dimitar Berbatov eyeing Premier League return

Former Manchester United and Tottenham striker, Dimitar Berbatov, is eyeing a return to the Premier League, via BBC Radio 5 live Sport.

The 35-year-old has been without a club since leaving Greek side PAOK in June but has expressed an interest to return to the Premier League.

"In this stage of my career I know where I am - I would happily play for a team where they use my experience and my knowledge".

"They understand the opponent and how to handle it, but in games, situations develop quickly and the ability to recognise situations, smell danger, react, make plays in moments that really count, that is - for me - the area missing the most".

"I saw Dimitar in May at a celebration game for Hristo Stoichkov in Sofia", Bradley said.

"It would be great for me [to be back in the Premier League], my only thing is to entertain and, as some football players have shown, there is no age in football".

"Yes he's on my radar - there are a lot of things on my radar right now".

Swansea host Berbatov's former side Manchester United this weekend, as they continue the hunt for their first win under Bradley.

"Where it takes us at this time I don't have an answer".

"What I see is that on the surface, the group does a good job with everything", he added.

"It's hard when a football player, in this case me, is not playing", Berbatov told BBC Radio 5 Live.

Jose Mourinho will be in the stands for the fixture after receiving a one-game touch-line ban from the FA this week.

Come home, Berba. We miss you. "Hopefully you will see me on the pitch soon", he told 5Live.



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