The London giants maintain an interest in Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge and are one of several clubs that could move for him if the Blades suffer relegation from the PL at the end of the campaign. Sander just arrived at Bramall Lane in winter when Sheffield United broke their transfer record to splash out nearly £22m on the player.
Berge has played 25 games since then, in all tournaments, scoring two goals and become an integral part of the side that he was expected to. However, things have not been going well for Chris Wilder’s side in the PL this campaign so far, sitting bottom of the table with only one point from nine matches.
Sheffield United are really struggling to live up to the success of the last campaign, scoring only four goals in their nine league matches thus far and conceding 15. If the Blades were to get relegated to the Championship there would be many clubs interested in snapping up Norway international and the Gunners are reportedly one of them.
The Gunners held an interest in the Norwegian midfielder before he signed for Sheffield United and his displays in the PL have seen them maintain their favourable opinion of him.
Liverpool, Man United and Tottenham were all also believed to be interested in Berge when he was at Genk and could all be tempted to make a move for him should he become available. Sander would not come cheap, having signed a deal until 2024 at Bramall Lane and Sheffield United would be looking to make a profit on the imposing midfielder, even if they were relegated to the second tier.