Last summer, PSG achieved a nice blow by recruiting Georginio Wijnaldum for zero euros at the end of his contract with Liverpool.
On paper, Paris Saint-Germain managed a superb blow by attaching the services of Georginio Wijnaldum to the nose and beard of FC Barcelona, who was also courting the Dutch international. The former Liverpool captain was to bring everything Paris Saint-Germain had lacked for several years, namely grinta, anger and the experience of a Champions League winner in midfield. Problem, whoever captained the Netherlands at Euro 2021 is currently a big flop. Barely titular in the eyes of Mauricio Pochettino, he struggles to shine in this failing Parisian collective. What to consider a departure according to information from the Daily Mirror, which reports this Friday that Georginio Wijnaldum no longer closes the door to Arsenal, where Mikel Arteta courted him diligently.
Wijnaldum opens the door to a departure from PSG
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Eager to strengthen its midfielder during this winter transfer window, Arsenal is multiplying the avenues. The Gunners have thought of Bruno Guimaraes but except for an earthquake, the Brazilian international will end the season at Olympique Lyonnais. From then on, Arsenal set off on the trail of another Brazilian midfielder in the person of Arthur. Negotiations are currently underway with Juventus Turin. If these fail, then Arsenal could make Georginio Wijnaldum their new priority. And while there are still a few days, it was indicated in the press that the PSG midfielder did not want to leave, the Mirror indicates that from now on, Georginio Wijnaldum is no longer closed to a departure from Paris. The Dutchman is aware that he is struggling at PSG and a loan to Arsenal would not displease him. It must be said that the former rock of Liverpool proved during his time with the Reds but also in Newcastle that the Premier League was a championship made for him. In that sense, leaving Arsenal on loan with an option to buy is now a plausible option. Provided that the PSG also finds its account …