Liverpool star set to leave on a free transfer at the end of the season in move that will disappoint Reds fans

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum is reportedly expected to leave the club on a free transfer at the end of his contract in the summer.

The Netherlands international has been a hugely important part of Jurgen Klopp’s squad for some time now, but it looks like he’s now heading for the Anfield exit instead of landing a new deal.

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This is currently looking the most likely scenario, according to The Athletic, who report on how Liverpool tend to have a firm stance on new contracts for players over 30.

Wijnaldum is surely still an important part of this squad and many fans would surely rather he stayed for a little while longer, even if it might not be the most sensible financial decision.

Liverpool have plenty of other options in midfield so should be in a strong position in that department even if Wijnaldum does end up leaving.

Still, it seems risky from LFC and one imagines plenty of other big clubs will be eager to snap Wijnaldum up when he becomes available.

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Georginio Wijnaldum in action for Liverpool

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  1. Harrison Chuuba says:

    Please liverpool give gini the contract please if need to double is salary double it coz he diserve it coz the salary of of kaite,matip are above gini coz this guys are injury prone players please edward make Converse gini to sign please

  2. John skoulding says:

    Liverpool have probably had the best of Wijnaldum so much better to say goodbye than do what Arsenal did

    1. Kafeero johnstone says:

      Left him stay Fort US to take premier legeue Fort better stand

  3. Baldheadedstooge says:

    Wiljnadum should help liverpool fc win the Epl again and also win the champions league trophy

  4. Amuri uganda says:

    please we still Gin wijnadam stay

  5. biro says:

    please let Gini Stay, Milner is over 30, he’s still contributing.Gini is a powerhouse like Milner.

  6. Ekpo Essien Friday says:

    Surely we are going to miss him no doubt, he had contributed immensely to the club. He is a strong guy.

  7. Akram kityo says:

    Please let gini stay

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