Genk midfielder Sander Berge has revealed that it is his “dream” to play at Anfield more often, following his side’s trip to Champions League holders Liverpool earlier this month.
Belgian side Genk impressed at the home of the European champions despite losing 2-1 to follow up a 4-1 defeat by Jurgen Klopp’s side earlier in the group stage.
Berge has been linked with Liverpool since the clash between the sides at Anfield, when Klopp took the time to speak on-on-one with the 21-year-old after the game.
In fact, Genk’s sporting director has confirmed that the Reds are keen on the midfielder but was reluctant to offer more than that when pressed on the issue.
Speaking to Norwegian broadcaster TV2, Berge has now expressed a desire to return to Anfield in the future.
“Playing at Anfield is a dream for everyone in the world, and not least for Norwegians,” he said. “Liverpool are the best team [at the moment] and have the most fans.
“So I could certainly like to play at Anfield as often as possible.”
Liverpool return to action next Saturday when they face Crystal Palace away from home in the Premier League.