Arsenal have proven an curiosity in signing one other participant Stuivenberg favorite in Sander Berge

Arsenal are keen on Sheffield United’s Sander Berge with assistant Albert Stuivenberg most likely collaborating in a key place throughout the curiosity.

The Gunners have been linked with a bunch of midfielders in the last few days.

An injury to Mohamed Elneny has left Arsenal needing to hunt out an various alternative in the midst of the park.

Edu went for Moises Caicedo nevertheless was rebuffed, primary Arsenal to go and strike a deal for Chelsea midfielder Jorginho as an various.

Arsenal will nonetheless have their eye on various midfield decisions for the tip of the season with Caicedo and Declan Rice susceptible to be excessive targets.

Cheaper alternate choices is perhaps on the need file too and Sheffield United ace Berge appears to be on Arsenal’s radar.

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Sander Berge is a favorite of Arsenal assistant Stuivenberg

The Chronicle report that Arsenal registered an curiosity in signing Berge in present weeks.

Newcastle United and Liverpool had been moreover keen nonetheless it now seems to be like like Berge is perhaps staying at Sheffield United previous the deadline.

Berge is now inside the final word 18 months of his contract though and Arsenal is also eyeing up a reduction summer season season deal.

Berge is a big presence at 6ft 5in tall and has confirmed himself as a high quality box-to-box midfielder; quite greater than merely an anchor man.

A Norway worldwide teammate of Martin Odegaard, Berge may provide opponents for Granit Xhaka shifting forward if Arsenal do make a switch.

One attention-grabbing problem is correct right here Arsenal assistant coach Albert Stuivenberg.

Stuivenberg is a key part of Mikel Arteta’s operation at Arsenal and he was essential throughout the switch to sign Leandro Trossard.

The Athletic reported that Stuivenberg eased fears about Trossard’s angle and The Telegraph declare his character references had been essential to that deal.

Stuivenberg coached Trossard at Genk. Guess who else was at Genk throughout the 2016-17 season? Sander Berge.

Stuivenberg has beforehand hailed Berge as ‘intelligent’ and a ‘future leader’ having been impressed with him at Genk.

If Stuivenberg continues to have an huge say on incoming, Arsenal may correctly reunite the Dutchman with Berge come the tip of the season.

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