Sheffield United are ready to sell Leeds United target Sander Berge if they can recoup the fee they paid for him in 2020, according to The Athletic.
Norway coach Stale Solbakken has already put pressure on Berge to find a new club, insisting he doesn’t want the midfielder in the Championship for another season.
He played 31 times in the league last season, although he wanted to leave last summer, and he is pushing for a transfer again this year.
The Norwegian has a £35million release clause in his contract, but Sheffield United are ready to do business for less.
It has been claimed that the Blades are ready to move him if they receive an offer that would allow them to recoup the fees they paid for Berge.
The Blades broke a club record of £22million in January 2020, while in the Premier League, to land him away from KRC Genk.
The Championship club are ready to cash in if a club pays a similar amount for them in the current transfer window.
Leeds are among the clubs that have an interest in getting their hands on Berge.
The Norwegian is being considered as a potential replacement for Kalvin Phillips, who is expected to leave Leeds this summer.