‘I’m struggling to leave Liverpool’ career goes wrong “I haven’t decided…I want to play so badly”

Giorginio Wijnaldum reveals his frustrations.

Fabrizio Romano, an expert on the European soccer transfer market, published an interview with the player on Wednesday. According to Romano, Bainaldum said, “I haven’t talked to AS Roma or Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) yet. I will choose my next career based on how I feel,” he said.

He added: “Nothing has been decided yet. I will evaluate my options, but I really want to play, I haven’t played since 2021,” he said, emphasizing the importance of playing 메이저놀이터.

Wijnaldum signed for PSG as a free agent in the summer of 2021 after spells with Feyenoord, PSV Eindhoven, Newcastle United and Liverpool. After leaving Liverpool, Bainaldum was heavily linked with a move to Spain by Dutch coach Ronald Koeman, who was in charge of Barcelona at the time. But just before the deal was finalized, he chose PSG and arrived in France.

The expectations were high. During his time in the English Premier League (EPL), Wijnaldum made his mark with Liverpool, winning the league title and the UEFA Champions League (UCL). He was touted as an all-around option, a player with clear strengths and weaknesses.

However, his time at PSG has been a mixed bag. After suffering a knee injury mid-season, he returned to the team but was rarely given a chance. This was frustrating for a player who had consistently played over 3,000 minutes for Liverpool. Eventually, Bainaldum decided to join Roma on loan, but this was also a failure. He was expected to be recruited by Jose Mourinho, but this time, a fractured tibia held him back.

He was unable to play as much as he wanted in the twilight of his career. Even if he returns to PSG after a loan spell at Roma, he is not guaranteed a starting spot. Dutch ‘AD’ says: “Bainaldum wants to bring back the fun after the ‘lost two years’. He is now at a crossroads”.

A return to the Netherlands is also a possibility. “If I think I need or want to go back to the Netherlands, I will,” said Weynaldum. But I haven’t made a decision yet.” Bijnaldum faces a big career decision this summer.

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