The Guardian says that Georginio Wijnaldum has asked Liverpool for some time to think about whether he wants to renew with the team or leave it. His contract ends in June 2021, so if he decides to leave, he can do so free of charge.
It is well known that Ronald Koeman has Wijnaldum as one of his ideal market targets for Barcelona and the latest information from England plays in his favour. ‘The Guardian’ says the player has asked Liverpool for time to decide whether to stay.
His current contract ends in June 2021, so if he decides to leave the club, he will do so free of charge. With a market value of almost 33 million euros, it would be a great saving for any suitor who goes for him.
It is precisely this condition that could bring him to Barcelona. The Spanish club is in a delicate situation both economically and in terms of sport, and adding a top-level player to its ranks without having to pay a transfer fee would help to sign off the project.
The ball is in Wijnaldum’s court and he must take advantage of the time he has asked Liverpool to clear his mind. At the moment, he is enjoying quite a bit of importance under Jürgen Klopp, so if he stays, it won’t be for nothing.