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Manchester United star Dimitar Berbatov is expecting his first baby with his model fiancee Elena Shtilianov (pictured), it has emerged.

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Manchester United star Dimitar Berbatov is expecting his first baby with his model fiancee Elena Shtilianov, it has emerged. 

The 31 million GBP striker has been dating stunning Elena for nearly five years but she spends most of her time at his penthouse apartment in Sofia, the capital of their native Bulgaria.     

Now friends have told local Weekend magazine that the WAG is already eight weeks pregnant with the Old Trafford hero's baby.

"She's put on weight and she's heavier recently, and is about in the second month," one revealed.

But Berba's mother Margarita is keeping mum on the news and has refused to comment.

Elena was missing from the family outing to Italy last week to watch Berbatov play in the Champions League final in Rome after a family row over her pregnancy, it is understood.

Mum Margarita and Elena have never got on since Berba began describing her as his fiancee.

"I know nothing about Dimi's girlfriend Elena, I don't know her," said Margarita in a recent TV interview.

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