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Genk star Sander Berge meets Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder ahead of record £25million move

Genk midfielder Sander Berge meets Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder as the Norwegian stars prepares for record £25million move

  • Sander Berge is expected to move to the Premier League with Sheffield United 
  • The Genk midfielder has held talks with Chris Wilder ahead of a £25million move 
  • He has many admirers across Europe and will become the club’s record signing 

Sander Berge has met up with Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder ahead of his £25million move from Genk.

The highly rated Norway international midfielder has travelled over for his medical and is expected to be confirmed as the Bramall Lane club’s record signing in what should prove an astute piece of business. 

Berge, 21, has been watched by some of Europe’s top clubs including Liverpool and is tipped to have a stand out career.

Sander Berge has met with Chris Wilder and is expected to move to Sheffield United for £25m

Wilder’s side have made an impressive return to the top flight this season and are currently eighth in the Premier League table – just seven points off fourth.

The manager hopes to bolster his squad further with the loan additions of Dutch striker Richairo Zivkovic from Changchun Yatai and defender Panagiotis Retsos from Bayer Leverkusen over the next 24 hours.

The high-flying Blades have already made two major signings this month after securing midfielder Jack Rodwell on a free transfer and full back Jack Robinson for an undisclosed fee from Nottingham Forest. 


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