Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have purportedly joined Aston Villa in the race to sign Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge.
The Premier league midfielder is anticipated to leave Bramall Lane this summer with the Blades’ looming relegation from the Premier League.
There are reports that Norwegian international will be permitted to leave Chris Wilder’s side if another club will pay a fee near the £22m that was spent by Sheffield United on the midfielder in January 2020.
Both Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are perceived to be keen on signing Sander Berge, while Aston Villa consider the to be as great replacement for Ross Barkley, who is set to return to his parent club Chelsea toward the end of this season.
In any case, with the rise of Jacob Ramsey and the January appearance of Morgan Sanson, chief Dean Smith may feel he as of now has enough alternatives in the central midfield position.
Sander Berge created various eye-catching performances during the second part of last season, anyway this season he has battled with a hamstring injury which required a medical procedure and has not featured for Sheffield United since December.