Premier League side Liverpool have been hitted with a major blow,on their hard effort of trying to persuade one of their key players, who for so long have been linked with a move away from the club.The Never walk alone side are currently facing some hard times in the premier League, following their continuous erratic performance, which have left them 5 points adrift of qualifying for the Champions league next season.
On top of that heartbreaking moment,the Reds are also set to lose Gini Wijnaldum to Laliga side Barcelona, and according to BT sport the Netherlands International has already agreed to join the Catalans come this summer transfer window.Wijnaldum has been a key player to Klopp's squad, and much will be remembered on his extra ordinary performance during a 4-0 come back against Barcelona, during last season's champions League semi final tie.
This now will force Jürgen Klopp to find a perfect replacement come this summer transfer window,to help him maintain a competitive performance come next season.
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