Foot – Market – PSG
Posted on Jun 11, 2021 at 12:15 am by BC
While Georginio Wijnaldum is committed to PSG this Thursday for the next three years, Jürgen Klopp welcomed the passage of the Dutchman to Liverpool.
Announced very close to FC Barcelona, Georginio Wijnaldum will eventually evolve at PSG next season. The club of the capital formalized this Thursday the arrival of the Dutch international, arriving at the end of the contract with Liverpool. A big blow made by the PSG, while the Reds already regret the departure of the midfielder, an essential part of Jürgen Klopp this season with 51 appearances in all competitions. On the website of Liverpool, the German coach wanted to welcome the passage of Georginio Wijnaldum on the Anfield side using very strong words.
“We wish him much success in France with PSG”
« As a team we said goodbye to Gini at Anfield after the last game of the season. There was a public farewell on the ground with the guard of honor. But there was also a more private moment. It was difficult for all of us because of the importance of this amazing person to the group. It has been a big part of our lives for so long. There is nothing I will miss about him. I will miss the player he is like crazy – the highest quality abilities, one of the smartest players I have had the privilege of coaching. His contribution was extraordinary, a manager’s dream. But as a person, he will leave an equally great void. You can’t dream of meeting a more generous person. Gini is very strong and very stubborn, but his motivation is only to help the team – always. His teammates adored and respected him to the same extent. His smile lit up our workplace. It was an integral part of our beating heart. Of course he now belongs to someone else and on behalf of the team we wish him every success in France with PSG. It is no surprise that he has joined such an extraordinary club. Knowing his personality, he will fall in love with the city and the team – and them with him. Farewell, Gini: you came, you saw, you won so much. You are a Liverpool legend now and forever “, told Jürgen Klopp on the official website of the English club.