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Report: Inter agree deal to sign Liverpool maestro Gini Wijnaldum

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Report: Inter agree deal to sign Liverpool maestro Gini Wijnaldum

FC Inter are reporting that Gini Wijnaldum has agreed on a deal to swap Liverpool for Inter during the summer when his Anfield contract expires.

The 30-year-old has been at Liverpool for five years since checking in from Newcastle United, helping the club to the Premier League and Champions League.

Wijnaldum cost the Reds £23 million and he’s proved a decent servant to the club following his arrival.

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He has made 222 appearances and scored 22 goals during his time at Anfield and has developed into an unsung hero of the club’s success.

The report claims that Inter have shaken hands with Wijnaldum on a deal to sign for the club on a free transfer in the summer.

Liverpool have allowed his contract to run down and now face the risk of losing their midfielder for free.


Wijnaldum earns £90,000-a-week at Anfield and if he does leave the club will almost certainly seek a replacement.

The Holland star is one of few players to remain unscathed this season despite injuries decimating the Liverpool ranks.

Inter are currently sat pretty at the top of Serie A and boss Antonio Conte will hope to strengthen his ranks ahead of next season.

TBR View: Liverpool must act over Wijnaldum

Despite the fact he is 30, there has been enough evidence that the midfielder can still be a big player for the Reds.

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Wijnaldum has been a quality servant to the club and certainly deserves a new contract.

His energy has been a useful asset to Jurgen Klopp’s team this season and the club would be wise to hand him fresh terms.

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