Liverpool’s transition set to start after Wijnaldum agrees Barcelona deal


Gini Wijnaldum

Wijnaldum to Barca

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has determined that he’ll now not stay with the membership, in accordance with The Occasions. The 30-year previous will see his contract with the northwest membership expire on the finish of the season, and has supposedly agreed to a pre-contract with Barcelona forward of a summer time transfer.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has gone on report to say that he desires the Dutch worldwide to stay on the membership.

“I might be pleased if he would keep right here,” Klopp beforehand stated. “I’m fairly pleased with Gini. You possibly can see that whenever you see many of the line-ups. He at all times performed good, that’s why he performed so many video games. And he has performed loads of positions; completely different positions.”

Liverpool’s transition set to begin after Wijnaldum agrees Barcelona deal

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – MAY 07: Georginio Wijnaldum of Liverpool celebrates after scoring his crew’s third objective with Trent Alexander-Arnold through the UEFA Champions League Semi Closing second leg match between Liverpool and Barcelona at Anfield on Could 07, 2019 in Liverpool, England. (Photograph by Clive Brunskill/Getty Photographs)

With the midfielder wanting prone to go away, a rebuild below Jurgen Klopp could possibly be sparked at Anfield, with the membership nonetheless absolutely behind the German coach regardless of a poor defence of their Premier League title.

With key gamers within the squad getting older and younger gamers coming via, Klopp may even see this as a possibility to search for additional additions to begin over, and construct in the direction of the membership’s subsequent title problem.

Koeman not centered on signings

Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has moved to calm the air concerning summer time signings, after he was questioned on the topic following the appointment of president Joan Laporta.

The Dutch coach was even requested in regards to the prospect of signing Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland, however dismissed the concept shortly.

“Haaland? This isn’t a time to speak a few participant who is just not ours out of respect for his membership,” the Barca boss stated.

Liverpool’s transition set to begin after Wijnaldum agrees Barcelona deal

DORTMUND, GERMANY – MARCH 09: Erling Haaland of Borussia Dortmund celebrates after scoring their aspect’s second objective from the penalty spot through the UEFA Champions League Spherical of 16 match between Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla FC at Sign Iduna Park on March 09, 2021 in Dortmund, Germany. Sporting stadiums round Germany stay below strict restrictions as a result of Coronavirus Pandemic as Authorities social distancing legal guidelines prohibit followers inside venues leading to video games being performed behind closed doorways. (Photograph by Lars Baron/Getty Photographs)

“There may be speak of signings however I don’t prefer it and I must deal with tomorrow’s sport and the gamers we now have.

“We’ll speak within the subsequent few weeks on the place we are able to enhance however I cannot reply to gamers who aren’t ours.”

Barcelona are nonetheless chasing two titles, La Liga and the Copa del Rey. Atletico Madrid’s poor run of type has opened the door for Koeman and his aspect to chase down the Rojiblancos.

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This text was edited by
Conor Laird.

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