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' would probably be the last place they'd want to go': Dimitar Berbatov SLAMS 'depressing' state of his former club as ex-striker claims they will struggle to attract new players during the January window are yet to make a signing during the January transfer window Dimitar Berbatov believes his old club could now struggle to attract top players Former United striker believes they are the least attractive option in the top six Berbatov has backed Ole Gunnar Solsjaer to turn things around at Old Trafford 

By Joe Strange for MailOnline

Published: 14:10 GMT, 24 January 2020 | Updated: 14:16 GMT, 24 January 2020

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Former striker Dimitar Berbatov has ripped into the 'depressing' state of his old club and questioned why players would move to Old Trafford.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate for new signings this month as he looks to rescue a season which is currently United's worst in terms of points for 30 years.

However, club officials have so far failed to get any deals over the line - something Berbatov believes is down to the sorry state of his former side. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his Manchester United players react after being beaten by Burnley

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players react after being beaten by Burnley

Dimitar Berbatov believes his former club could struggle to attract top players this month

Dimitar Berbatov believes his former club could struggle to attract top players this month

The Bulgarian, who played for the Red Devils for four years and won six trophies, including two Premier League titles, claims that United are now the 'last place' top players would want to end up when moving to one of England's Big Six clubs.

Berbatov told Betfair: 'I think Ole is still the man to stop the decline, but they need to do business in the transfer market and buy some players now. 

'The question is who do they go out and get and do the players even want to come to Old Trafford.

'The sad part is, United will now have to work hard to convince players to come. 

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