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'Concrete interest' - Sander Berge makes 'true' claim on Liverpool transfer links

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Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge has played down reports that Liverpool and Manchester City held a firm interest in signing him in recent transfer windows, insisting "not everything on the internet is true".

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READ MORE: 'Threw the gloves at me' - Liverpool star forced Jurgen Klopp into major transfer U-turn after friendly nightmare READ MORE: 'He doesn’t give a damn' - Inside the mind of Darwin Nunez as big Liverpool change coming But speaking about the tentative rumours linking him with a return to the Premier League, the midfielder played down the credibility of such murmurs.

But with his performances being key to the club boasting such a strong position at the first hiatus of the season, interest in Berge could grow in the coming weeks and months.

And despite an impressive first six months in Yorkshire following his club-record move to Sheffield United, the 24-year-old has stayed put at the Blades despite reported interest from a whole host of clubs; including Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea.

Berge, who made the move to Bramall Lane in January 2020, has been a name repeatedly linked with a move to Anfield, even prior to his days in English football when he was plying his trade at Belgium side Genk.

Not everything on the internet is true.” Berge could be in line for a return to the Premier League sooner than he thinks, without having to leave Bramall Lane, as Paul Heckingbottom's side currently lead the way in the Championship after a strong start to the season.
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