Arsenal plotting £2m Berbatov switch

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Arsenal are readying a move for Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov, reports The Sun

The Gunners, who currently sit top of the Premier League table, are looking to add to their front line with Olivier Giroud and Nicklas Bendtner their only two recognised forwards. 

And now with Fulham ready to cash out on the Bulgarian striker, who only has six months remaining on his contract, Arsene Wenger may look to bring him to north London on a short term deal. 

It has been suggested that the Gunners will hand the ex-Tottenham and Manchester United striker a one-year deal with the option of an added year. 

With Fulham struggling in the league table, Berbatov may well jump at the chance to have another shot at Premier League glory. 

It's now expected that Arsenal will make a £2 million swoop for Berbatov in this transfer window which opened yesterday. 

Arsenal's immediate attention will turn to their FA Cup clash with north London rivals Tottenham on Saturday. 

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