“Can’t Lie”: Player Let Go By Klopp In 2021 Admits He Misses Chatting To One Liverpool Man

“Can’t Lie”: Player Let Go By Klopp In 2021 Admits He Misses Chatting To One Liverpool Man

Georginio Wijnaldum has taken to Twitter to post a photo of himself alongside Mohamed Salah, as they reminisce about their time together at Liverpool.

What’s the story?

Well, the Netherlands international left Anfield in 2021 after his contract expired, before he joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.

Not everything went to plan for Wijnaldum, as he struggled to settle down in France, while he was also removed from their Champions League squad around the New Year.

PSG are currently trying to replace the 31-year-old with Naby Keita as well, so soon after bringing him to the Parc des Princes.

Now, Wijnaldum has openly admitted that he misses one aspect of his life at Liverpool – chats with Salah.

The Dutchman posted a photo of himself on holiday with the Egypt international, who he described as the “Egyptian king” on Twitter.

Clearly, the pair have a great relationship, and it’s sad to see Wijnaldum struggling to enjoy himself at PSG.

In our view, it would be nice for Liverpool to arrange a proper farewell for the Dutchman, who left Liverpool while supporters were still locked out due to COVID-19.

Gini Wijnaldum is a Liverpool legend

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Regardless of how he left Anfield, we believe Wijnaldum is a Liverpool legend.

The Rotterdam-born midfielder famously scored twice against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final to help the Reds overturn a 3-0 deficit, while he also played a key role in Liverpool’s first ever Premier League title win.

In total, Wijnaldum made 237 appearances for the Reds, as he also helped them win the UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.

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In those outings, he scored 22 goals, while also providing 16 assists.

He may be struggling in Paris, but there’s no denying that Wijnaldum is one of the most successful players in Liverpool’s recent history – hopefully, he can turn things around with PSG.

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