Klopp reacts to Wijnaldum-Barca rumor

Klopp reacts to Wijnaldum-Barca rumor
Klopp reacts to Wijnaldum-Barca rumor

In England, it is taken for granted that Wijnaldum will join Barcelona in summer. The ‘Mirror’ insists the Dutchman will be at the disposal of compatriot Ronald Koeman when his contract with Liverpool expires in June. Klopp was asked about it and dodged the question.

I have nothing to say about it. I have said many times that I love him as a person and as a player. So there is nothing more to say. It’s not about good or bad news, it’s about what it is. If a decision is made about it, you will know it. Other than that, there is nothing more to say, “he said ahead of the game against Manchester United.

This is not the first time that we have talked about a possible arrival of the midfielder at the Barcelona club. It will be essential that, as the source mentioned in the first paragraph indicates, this takes place in a few months, because Eric Garcia has already been sidelined due to financial issues.

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Waiting, Wijnaldum remains important to Liverpool. Far from being sidelined for his alleged intention to leave the team as soon as his contract expired, he played 24 matches, including 20 as a starter so far this year.

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