While not exactly our go to source for French football news, Jeunes Footeux have seemingly been trying to produce their own information when it comes to the Sander Berge saga.
The Norwegian midfielder will be relegated to the Championship with Sheffield United, but there is little to no chance of him remaining in England’s second-tier.
Clubs such as Tottenham and Arsenal have been linked with a move for the midfielder, which Jeunes Footeux first reported in March.
They claimed both the Gunners and Spurs wanted to take advantage of the Blades’ relegation to secure a deal for Berge, and the website are now reporting one of the two have already made their move.
According to the French website, Arsenal ‘have made a first offer slightly below €20m’ for the Norwegian, but that falls short of Sheffield United’s demands.
The relegated Premier League club are ‘hoping for €30m’, especially as ‘KRC Genk will recover a percentage of any sale’, believed to be between 10-20%.
They also state both Tottenham and Liverpool are interested in Berge’s profile, but if this latest article is true, then they might have to get their behinds in gear, or simply pip Arsenal to him by offering more.