Sander Berge made the move to Genk in January of 2017.
Genk are said to have paid around £1.8m for the youngster’s services.
Since making the switch to Belgium, Berge has racked up an impressive 102 appearances for Genk, in which he has scored four and assisted four.
The defensive midfielder has also hit the ground running in the 2019/20 campaign, featuring 20 times for Genk, including in all four of their Champions League outings.
The 21-year-old is currently contracted to the Belgian powerhouse until June of 2021.
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Liverpool interested in Sander Berge?
After his impressive start to the season, Berge is said to be attracting interest from some top clubs in Europe.
Genk’s sporting director Dimitri De Conde has recently spoken about Berge, claiming that Napoli are interested in him, and it is possible a deal could be done.
But Conde also claimed that Liverpool are interested in the midfielder, and that Jurgen Klopp complimented Berge on his display after Genk’s meeting with the Reds at Anfield:
“Napoli are interested in Sander, it’s a possibility a deal could be done.
“We also know that Liverpool are interested and [Jurgen] Klopp, after the game at Anfield [in the Champions League], complimented him on his performance.
“There are clubs in Italy who are following Berge and Napoli could be one of them, but at this stage there are no offers on the table. From next week, things could change. “We haven’t had any official contact with Napoli yet.” As quoted by Goal.