11 Jul 2018 11:09:41
Looks like it maybe 1 out, hopefully not.

Georginio Wijnaldum could be set for a move away from Liverpool, with a green light reportedly given for a move to Fenerbahce, according to reports in Turkey.

The 27-year-old is reportedly concerned at where he stands in the pecking order following the signings of Fabinho and Naby Keita.

1.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 11:22:23
I did not see him asking to leave! He's one of Klopp's go to players! Perhaps he's sick of being a utility man? He played nearly 50 times last season but never had a consistent defined role. We have signed a lot of midfielders as well so if he has asked to leave for purely footballing reasons, I won't hold it against him. Be a big shame though. He's under rated.

2.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 11:35:05
MK I would be so disappointed if he left as their is a really good intelligent footballer in there somewhere
I really believe he's does not realize how good he could be but I really hope he does not leave.

3.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 11:45:47
I agree mk we signed him as an attacking midfielder so he should have been used in his strongest role instead he was converted into a controlling defensive midfielder, shame .

4.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 11:47:23
What would make it doubly odd is if we sold Winjanldum, who I like for his work rate and mobility, and then bought Shaqiri who seems to be the polar opposite?

5.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 12:05:16
Gini on his day is great but he goes missing far too often, especially when we play away.

Agree with Juicer though.

6.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 12:28:35
Gini had his day 3 times last season I think, we have upgraded with 2 players already and if Henderson continues his world cup form into the new season and with Ox, Lallana and Milner I don't think he will get games, good luck to him.

7.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 12:29:47
Hailstones, how can you know that we signed him as an attacking midfielder? He’s virtually never played in attacking mid for us, so I imagine when Klopp initially spoke to him upon signing he probably didn’t tell him he saw him as an attacking mid, seen as he then played him consistently as a CM.

8.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 13:05:03
When we signed him from Newcastle we bought him on the back of playing well for Newcastle scoring goals and assists in an advanced midfield role and even played as an outright attacker, I would prefer too have seen him further forward contributing too the attack, but he should be commended for his professionalism and versatility as he even played in defence for us .

9.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 13:13:56
There's a lot of affection for Wiji but I can't be sad at the prospect of him leaving, there's simply no need for him. Over the last two years he's fallen down the pecking order and he only played so often last year due to injuries to others. I wish him well at his next club.

10.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 13:17:12
Not saying he's of the same quality but he reminds me so much of Barnes when he's on the ball.

11.) 11 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018 13:23:06
He has asked for clarification from Klopp before making a final decision. someone from Fenerbahce said this was the situation, but it seems to have an amount of truth in it given that Ed001 has pretty much confirmed he is doing the same. I expect he will go although I think he's fantastic and would love him to stay. And with Shaqiri almost completed (if we believe some pretty reliable sources) surely that is Lallana left looking to pursue a career elsewhere. I would like to point out to some detractors (me included) that Shaqiri's bad attitude is directly related to his time at Stoke. where Arnautovic allegedly had a bad attitude as well but all of a sudden West Ham say they want in excess of £60m for him. The point is that it is possible to be a good player in a bad circumstance (we've been that for many a signed prospect) - If he comes I hope he'll prove us all wrong. I doubt it but I hope.

12.) 12 Jul 2018
12 Jul 2018 16:08:47
Clearly player performance depends on what is happening around him, and how he is deployed.

How hard would Modric try and how good would he look if he was playing in the Panama or Saudi Arabia midfield, instead of beside Rakitic and Perisic?

Wihnaldum looked a better player at Newcastle, used in a different role than at LFC.

No reason to assume the Shaqiri of Stoke will be the same at LFC.