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28/12/2018 - 17:10 GMT

Asking Price No Issue For Tottenham, Overtake AC Milan and Roma For 20-Year-Old

 




Tottenham Hotspur are looking to take advantage of AC Milan and Roma's failure to conclude a deal for Genk midfielder Sander Berge.

The Norway international, 20, has been in-demand over the course of the last year and Fiorentina held talks to try to sign him in the summer.




AC Milan and Roma are now keen but have been scared off by Genk's €25m asking price, something which does not appear to be a problem for Spurs, according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato.

Spurs have been holding talks in recent days aimed at taking Berge to north London.
 


The Premier League side are prepared to meet Genk's asking price, but it is not clear whether they would want to sign Berge next month or in the summer. 

Spurs could look to do the deal but then loan Berge back to the Belgian side to finish the season.
 


Mauricio Pochettino's men failed to make a single signing last summer and it has been unclear whether there would be funds available to make moves in January.

But the north London club look prepared to invest in the highly rated Berge.