Sander Berge is a soccer player playing for Burnley and Norway. He is a midfielder.

Club Career

Berge spent time with Asker in his youth career, moving to Norwegian Eliteserien club Valerenga prior to the 2015 season where he made his top-flight debut and established himself as a key player.

In January 2017, he moved to Belgian club Genk on a four-year deal. He quickly became a first-team player, helping Genk go on a run in the 2016-17 Europa League to the quarter-finals. In Belgium, he helped Genk will the 2018-19 Pro League title along with the ensuing 2019 Super Cup.

Team 440 burnley fc Burnley FC
Position Midfielder
Height / weight 1.95 m / 88 kg
Born 14 Feb 1998
Nationality Norway Norway
Team History
440 burnley fc Burnley 2023 - present
91 sheffield united fc Sheffield 2020 - 2023
868 krc genk KRC Genk 2017 - 2020
Vålerenga Fotball 2015 - 2017
Vålerenga Fotball 2015
Asker Fotball 2013 - 2014
Asker Fotball 2013 - 2014

After four years and 113 appearances for Genk, Berge moved to England, with newly promoted Premier League club Sheffield United signing him during the January transfer window, having enjoyed a strong tart to their return campaign. He was United’s club record signing.

The Blades were relegated in 2020-21, but Berge stuck with them through two Championship campaigns, playing regularly and helping them regain their Premier League status as runners-up in 2022-23.

Despite that, Berge opted to leave United to sign with fellow newly promoted outfit Burnley for an undisclosed fee on a four-year deal.

International Career

Berge made his Norway senior debut in 2017 against Northern Ireland. He previously featured at under-age level.

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