Tottenham are interested in signing Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge this summer, according to reports in France.

Berge joined United in January last year and impressed in his first few months with the club, scoring a well-taken goal against Spurs last season.

However, a knee injury has kept his number of Premier League appearances down to just 13 this term.

Without him the Blades been floundering at the bottom of the table, and once he recovers it will almost definitely be too late for them to turn things around.

So unless Berge is willing to play Championship football next year, it looks like his days at the Yorkshire club are numbered.

And according to French outlet Jeunes Footeux, Spurs and Arsenal are keen on signing the 24-time Norway international before the start of next season.

It is believed Berge could be sold for just over £22 million, which would see Sheffield United get all their money back – though his former club Genk would apparently get a slice of the fee.

Berge looks a talented player but we’re unsure how much truth there is to this one, given the French source. Time will tell.