Following the departure of Gini Wijnaldum, Mohamed Salah may be given a new position at Liverpool.
The manner in which Gini Wijnaldum left Liverpool was difficult for fans to accept.
Over the last five years, he has been a fan favorite, and the fact that he was allowed to walk away as a free agency will irritate many for a long time.
Especially considering the player’s desire to stay and Jurgen Klopp’s desire to keep him.
This isn’t a player whose greatest days are behind him and whose next step is to the downside.
No, Wijnaldum will merely add to a PSG group that is already brimming with talent and capable of competing in the Champions League.
Klopp used a poetic tone in his final goodbye message to the Netherlands international on Thursday, as is customary for him.
“Goodbye, Gini: you came, you saw, and you took it all. Now and forever, you’re a Liverpool legend.”
However, for the time being, the discussion about why a player who appeared 51 times last season was dismissed with seemingly little objection will continue.
Wijnaldum’s exit, on the other hand, will provide an opportunity for another Liverpool player.
Wijnaldum has been a member of Klopp’s on-field leadership committee for much of the last three years.
Wijnaldum is a vital member of a four-man group that bridges the gap between players and management, including captain Jordan Henderson, vice-captain James Milner, and Netherlands captain Virgil van Dijk.
When the team decided to convey a message following the murder of George Floyd last year, it was the four captains who pitched the idea to the rest of their teammates before alerting Klopp.
One Anfield insider said, “The captains have always got together to make sure the players’ views are represented.”
Klopp will be left with finding a replacement for Wijnaldum now that he is out of the picture.
Trent Alexander-Arnold in his adolescence. The summary comes to a close.