Former Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov is keen to make a return to the Premier League, his agent says.
The former Bulgarian captain, 35, is on free agent after Greek club PAOK Salonika released him in June.
“Dimitar feels he can play for at least another year and his priority would be to come back to England,” Berbatov’s agent Emil Dantchev said.
Before his dismissal this week, former Swansea boss Bob Bradley said that Berbatov had been “on his radar”.
The former Red Devil striker, who also played for Tottenham and Fulham in the Premiership, made 229 Premier League appearances over nine seasons, and has previously been linked with a move to America’s Major League Soccer.
Berbatov was part of the Manchester United team that won the league in 2009 and 2011, when he was joint Golden Boot winner with Carlos Tevez.
However, he was benched during United’s 2009 Champions League final defeat by Barcelona and also missed out two years later when Sir Alex Ferguson’s team were beaten by the same opposition at Wembley.
In addition, he won League Cups with both United and Tottenham, scoring for Spurs in their 2-1 defeat of Chelsea in 2008.