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Arsenal have made their proposal for Sander Berge.

Premier League side Arsenal have effectively made their first proposal to Sheffield United for Sander Berge, as per reports in France. 


With Sheffield United previously consigned from the Premier League, there is theory about which of their players will leave in the summer transfer window. 


Berge is by all accounts the most probable with past interest from a portion of Europe's top sides – including Manchester United – prior to moving to Bramall Lane last season. 


The Norway worldwide has scored one objective and given one aid 15 appearances this season as he's battled to remain fit for the Blades. 


That is probably not going to prevent possible admirers in the late spring move window with reports that Sheff Utd will interest somewhere in the range of £30m and £40m for the 23-year-old. 


Another report guaranteed that Berge has a £35m buyout condition in his agreement now the Blades are consigned with United quick to trade out to adjust the books subsequent to neglecting to keep away from the drop. 


Also, presently French distribution Jeunes Footeux claims Arsenal 'have presented a first offer marginally under 20 million euros' which is supposed to be 'a long way from the assumptions' for Sheff Utd. 


Joined are obviously requesting €30m with Belgian side Genk set to 'recuperate a level' of the exchange expense subsequent to offering him to the Yorkshire club in January 2020. 


The report specifies Liverpool and Tottenham as two different sides 'intrigued by' Berge yet the Blades are probably not going to be constrained into a speedy deal with the midfielder under agreement until the mid year of 2024. 


In the interim, Sheff Utd overseer manager Paul Heckingbottom uncovered a week ago that Berge had endured another injury and won't be gambled during what survives from the season. 


"We will not face any challenges with Sander," said Heckingbottom. "Allow me to push, it's nothing to do with his past physical issue – that is 100% fine and we're elated with that. 


"This is another niggle. Sander has driven himself to be fit and played minutes and just got other little niggles, it occurs. The reality he has been out for a significant stretch of opportunity and arrived back implies we will not push him. 


"Assuming he is fit, fine, however at this phase of the period and with where we are, and on the grounds that he's been out so long, we will not danger him among now and the finish of the period."

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