Finally, Jurgen Klopp Blocks Liverpool From Selling Georginio Wijnaldum
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reportedly moved swiftly to prevent the club from selling one of his midfielder Wijnaldum Georginio.
The player remains Fenerbahce’s prime target but the German manager has stopped the Reds from reaching an agreement with the Turkish club for his signature.
The Dutchman has been a source of transfer rumors since the since the start of the summer transfer market as reports via Fanatik suggested that the Turkish giants contacted the club’s hierarchy for his signature.
Wijnaldum was ever present in Klopp’s starting lineup throughout last season, he was able to appear in 50 matches in all competitions.
However, Italian media outlet Calciomercato revealed that Fenerbahce tried to lure the midfielder to their League last month but Klopp blocked the deal from materializing.
Meanwhile, Fabinho and Keita’s arrival will surely affect his chances of getting regular game-time this season.
Both players featured against West Ham last week, though, it was the Guinean international who stole the show with his masterclass display at the middle of the pitch.
It was also claimed that Rafa Benitez made move for his signature as the former Real Madrid boss want to work with the player, whom he rates so high.
However, Newcastle publicly denied reports linking them with the player
Wijnaldum started against the Hammers last week, he is expected to be in Klopp’s starting lineup against Crystal Palace on Monday.