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 By Chris Wright

Dimitar Berbatov interviews Dimitar Berbatov to dispel PAOK exit rumours

Dimitar Berbatov capped off a rough couple of weeks by picking up his first red card in 13 years at the weekend -- the PAOK striker was dismissed for elbowing an AEK defender just 38 minutes after coming on as a substitute.

Going into the game, rumours had been swirling in the press that the laconic Bulgarian striker is unhappy with his lot at PAOK and has instructed his agent to engineer a way out of the club at the first available opportunity. However, in order to set the record straight, Berbatov set up an exclusive interview with a leading name in Greek football -- that name being Dimitar Berbatov.

Yep. In a slightly unorthodox turn of events, the forward staged a mock interview with himself on his official Facebook page in which he assured the PAOK fans that his heart is still in it and that he's more than willing to stick around and fight for the cause.

Interview with Dimitar Berbatov, conducted by journalist Dimitar Berbatov..JDB: Hi, How are you feeling..DB: Hi. I am...

Posted by Dimitar Berbatov on Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Well, we suppose that's one way of putting pesky tabloid rumours to bed.

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