Liverpool superstar made to wait before sealing ‘dream transfer’ to La Liga giants
With Liverpool’s title defence in tatters, the membership’s totally hope of silverware this season is now the Champions League, a competition that the Reds gained honest two seasons previously.
Besides to their totally hope of silverware, it would possibly well perchance moreover be their totally manner of qualifying for subsequent season’s competition, as Jurgen Klopp has no longer too prolonged previously admitted that qualifying by ending in the tip four shall be ‘almost no longer doable’.
Despite the membership’s disastrous season, one player who has impressed is Dutch midfielder Gini Wijnaldum.
The ragged Newcastle United man has arguably been the membership’s player of the season and has been an ever most up to the moment in midfield for Klopp’s facet, with fellow midfielders Jordan Henderson and Fabinho recurrently having to deputise in the Reds’ injury plagued defence.
Unfortunately for Liverpool followers, evidently Wijnaldum would be on his manner out of Anfield, with several reports suggesting that he's going to go for Spanish giants Barcelona when his most up to the moment deal expires in the summer season.
Wijnaldum has been quoted as saying that a transfer to Barcelona would be his ‘dream’, and is something that he has constantly dreamt of taking place in some unspecified time in the future.
It had even been reported no longer too prolonged previously that the Catalan facet have already supplied the player a contract, something which he has been ready to impress since January.
Nevertheless, evidently their is recurrently a stumbling block in the deal to amass the player to Spain, with The Mirror reporting that the La Liga facet are no longer ready to impress Wijnaldum until they have offloaded Bosnian and Herzegovina midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman, who used to be Wijnaldum’s Netherlands manager previously, has admitted that he's alive to on the player and a deal did appear to be merely a formality.
Scare has didn't provoke since joining from Juventus last summer season, and Barca reportedly deem that they shall be ready to offload the player comparatively without problems, with suitors already known in both France and Italy.
With Wijnaldum’s time at Liverpool reportedly coming to an close, it remains to be seen whether or no longer Klopp’s facet will recruit a replacement for the Dutch international.