In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Sander Berge: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Norwegian defensive midfielder lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In January 2020 the defensive midfielder signed a contract with Sheffield United that nets him a whopping salary of 1.7 Million Euro (1.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,658 (£4,110) per day and €194 (£171) per hour!
Since you've been viewing this page, Sander Berge has earned...
This means the average man needs to work for at least 4.16 years to earn the same as Valentine earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Norwegian defensive midfielder compared to his Sheffield United teammates
Well, technically, he's not home. But we think it counts. Where else would you get to enjoy the wilderness like this but Norway?
Location: Sheffield, England
He's all geared up to workout from home. We saw him ride a stationary bike. We apologize for the awful angle. As for his look, we're not responsible for that.
Berge Car - What does he drive?
How cool is it that you get to drive a pizza delivery car? With the decals and everything. Only an ice cream truck driver job trumps this.
He no longer needs to drive delivery cars now. He has worked his way up the ladder and can afford to relax in style.
In a few years from now, the Norwegian national team's lineup is going to stand head and shoulders above the rest of the world. We say that literally because it has been producing footballers that are gigantic. Standing at 1.95m, this Bærum born defensive midfielder is one of them. This 24-year-old, enrolled in Asker's academy and graduated from it. They also gave him his senior debut in 2013. He moved to the Oslo based Vålerenga in February 2015. The move makes sense because the young boy wanted to experience top-flight football in Norway. Asker was a 3rd tier team back then. After impressing in Norway, his next adventure took him to Belgium. The promise of European football, and an opportunity to play in another country prompted him to move to Genk in 2017. Fast forward three years, it brings us to 2020, and it has our enthusiastic Norwegian in Sheffield United's lineup. He's here to help the English side make a push for a spot in Europe. This young man is motivated, and he's gaining valuable experience by opting to play in countries where there are massive differences in the approach to the game. As far as areas where his skills need improvement, like his passing vision, and his agility, he needs to continue to work on them. He has worn the Norway shirt at every youth level except U20. He began playing for his country as a U15 player. He is now a member of the senior squad.
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