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Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum calls for more time

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As he envisages signing a new contract at the club, Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has called for more time.

From the beginning of the forthcoming January transfer window, the Dutchman, whose deal runs out next summer, can begin talking to clubs.

Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool have not yet succeeded in convincing Wijnaldum to sign a new contract at Anfield, as, according to the Guardian, the midfielder needed more time to make a decision.

At the beginning of December, the Reds made a new deal to the 30-year-old, but the player asked for a few more days this week as the clock begins to tick over his future.

However, he made sure that the club would tell them of his decision if he decided to leave before he started talking to other clubs.

Should he wish to abandon the Premier League champions, Barcelona appears to be the frontrunner to hold Wijnaldum’s signature.

A transfer to the Nou Camp will see him reunite with former Holland boss Ronald Koeman, who had taken over during the summer at the Catalan club.

Inter Milan and the midfielder were also linked.

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