Liverpool star’s future in doubt as he’s “not convinced” by Jurgen Klopp’s project

Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum’s future could reportedly be in doubt due to a number of different factors.

Damningly, however, it seems the Netherlands international is slightly unconvinced by the current project at the club, it has been suggested by Fabrizio Romano in an interview with Anfield Watch.

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The Reds ace is currently heading towards the end of his contract with the Merseyside giants, leaving him a free agent at the end of this campaign as things stand.

It would be a big blow for Liverpool to lose such an important player, but it’s certainly not looking good for them at the moment, according to the ever-reliable Romano.

As well as losing such a key part of Jurgen Klopp’s side, it’s likely to be a concern for LFC fans that Wijnaldum has his doubts about some aspect of the club’s project for the future.

Romano also adds that there are other factors in Wijnaldum’s thinking, such as the money on offer from Liverpool.

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Georginio Wijnaldum could be edging closer to a free transfer away from Liverpool

“He’s not made his final decision yet but it’s really, really complicated so I think that’s why Liverpool are planning to be ready in the summer in case he doesn’t sign a new deal,” Romano told Anfield Watch.

“He’s not convinced about the economical part but also about what the project is going to be in the future and what his personal life and family want. It is really difficult at the moment but I think in February we will have a decision.”

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  1. Eugene Burns says:

    This doesn’t bother me at all. He held out for more money / longer contract. Now Barca have money difficulties and are not at the level we have seen in previous years. Koeman may not survive Presidential elections and their form might lead to his dismissal. It should be a no brainer for Gini. His comparatively lower wages over the last few years won’t be recouped in a new contract. He was happy to take that contact when he came to LFC. His position is under threat from Thiago. Maybe that is the part of the project he doesn’t like. I would give him an ultimatum sign now or the offer is off the table. It is a shame. He should have signed fought for his place and if he remains competitive sure he would have got further contracts. Look at Milner. Gini is spoiling his legacy at the club. Is the reported £140,000 per week not enough. It is not that complicated at all. If he is convinced he won’t get enough playing time then leave.

    1. Dan Burcea says:

      Thiago doesn’t seem to fit Liverpool’s style to play at all! Wijnaldum must be convinced to stay!

  2. Eddy flynn says:

    Excuses, excuses, excuses….

  3. Barrister Isidore Oranye says:

    yeah, LFC is my traditional club. we have never been in the habit of being too blunt to players who have served us meritoriously. let’s be courteous dealing with this guy as much as we prevent a wrong signal to other players. please Clopp, it is not working well playing R Williams above Nat Philips . Nat is ,faster, stronger, rules in the air. long live LFC. we shall bounce back

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