Sander Berge’s name ‘is on the table’ at West Ham United, according to Het Laatste Nieuws.

The Norway international has emerged as target for the Hammers, but it’s claimed David Moyes’ new club have not submitted an offer to Genk for the midfielder.

Sheffield United were keen on acquiring the Norway international’s services last summer, but he turned down an opportunity to join the Blades, despite receiving an “interesting offer” from them.

HLN states it remains to be seen if Berge will be convinced to join the London club in January, if they come forward and submit an offer for his transfer. West Ham are 16th in the table and are two points above the relegation zone.

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Berge joined Genk in 2017 and before signing for the Jupiler Pro League side, he had a trial with West Ham. The report adds Genk would cash in between €20-25m, if they decide to sell him.

Meanwhile, Genk manager Hannes Wolf is aware Berge is attracting interest from elsewhere.

“I know that many clubs are interested in him. I hope, however, that he stays and that’s how I treat him,” Wolf told TV Limburg, as quoted by