The signing of Georginio Wijnaldum at Paris Saint-Germain was a disaster in its first year, so bad that the 31-year-old wasn’t called up to the Netherlands national team this past international window. As a result, it’s a wake-up call to the veteran midfielder.
Wijnaldum can either stay and fight for his spot or, as 90min reports, he could look elsewhere to continue his career. The veteran midfielder wants to be part of the squad that heads to the FIFA World Cup later this year and needs to play for a style that suits him.
According to the report, PSG would allow the former Liverpool man exit as sporting advisor Luis Campos reshapes the midfield, bringing in younger and hungrier competition.
Regarding possible destinations, 90min says that a couple of Premier League clubs could throw PSG a lifeline as Wolverhampton Wanderers, Everton, and West Ham United have an interest.
Les Parisiens might want a permanent deal for the player, with Transfermarkt putting his value at €18 million; however, he more than likely will be leaving on a loan deal considering his wages.