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PremierLeague-News.Com - Latest Aston Villa transfer news from BirminghamLive brings reaction from Sheffield United fans to a rumour linking midfielder Sander Berge with a switch to Dean Smith's side
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Sheffield United fans have been reacting to a transfer rumour claiming Aston Villa are keen on midfielder Sander Berge. Berge looks set to depart Bramall Lane this summer once Chris Wilder's side have their impending relegation from the Premier League back to the Championship confirmed. The Blades are rock bottom of the top flight with 11 points from 25 games and are feeling the effects of Berge's absence, the Norwegian midfielder missing his side's 12 matches because of a hamstring injury picked up in a game against Manchester United in December. Berge did play his side's opening 13 games, though, with only one point picked up from the 39 on offer. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Nevertheless the Blades have suffered from not having their £22 million January 2020 signing from Genk available. If Wilder's men do go down, as expected, they would hope that Berge might stick around to help them back into the Premier League Should Berge decide to leave they could command a hefty fee with the 23 year-old impressing in red and white while, crucially, he is under contract until 2024.
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. "£25m plus ( Villa midfielder) Conor Hourihane for me," one fan said. "I'd love him to stay but don't see it so get our money back," added another.
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A third fan said: "They'll offer a decent amount, if we can get the same amount that we paid for him back we can use that really well and have a good shot at going straight back up." "If we can get our money back then yes!" another added. "He signed a contract, so he stays - unless release clause hit or realistic valuation achieved (our purchase price)," a fifth supporter said.
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