06 Jan 2020 23:25:12
Surely we are not going too let wijnaldum go without offering a contract, one of klopps go to men and a vital cog in the machine, if he wants to leave it's another story but replacing him will be difficult he has become one of the first players on the team sheet .

1.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 01:44:49
The man has 18 months left on his contract. There is talk of him moving in the summer, but there may well be a contract offer on the table by then. Who knows? But talk of him going is about 18 months premature.

2.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 09:30:49
I like Gini a lot but it’s the position I least worry about replacing. Fab is holding, Hendo/ Milner in Ginis role with Ox/ Keita etc in the AM role. Still hope he stays and 18 months is a long time to sort something out. No worries.

3.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 11:11:08
Gini has been outstanding this season, can’t believe Klopp would be happy for him to leave, for me he’s undoubtedly in our starting XI.

4.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 11:13:46
I sincerely hope he stays and suspect he’ll get something soon based on how often Klopp turns to him in the big matches. His ability to protect the ball when under pressure is invaluable against the top sides where it doesn’t all go our way.

5.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 11:44:25
Can't see him going anywhere to be honest, he's a player that Klopp can rely on and I would think it's only a matter of time before a new contract is signed.

6.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 20:48:49
I can see him going as this rumour has just come out of the blue. I like him a lot but he's 29yo with 18 months on his contract, let him leave and hopefully jones will get some more game time.

7.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 21:22:51
Gini has said he is happy at Liverpool and a contract will be discussed soon.

8.) 07 Jan 2020
07 Jan 2020 23:35:14
Gini plays as many games as he can really, and has been fantastic for us in recent times. I can’t see any reason why he’d want to leave or we would want him too.

9.) 08 Jan 2020
08 Jan 2020 11:10:15
Could it be that he's grown frustrated perennially playing defensively in the Klopp system when he could really thrive as an offensive midfielder like he is in his national team? That's the one thing I worry about personally.

10.) 08 Jan 2020
08 Jan 2020 20:20:43
An agreement will surely be reached with Gini. A recent article about our squad wages has him as one of our lowest earners in the first team squad. I guess it's all going to come down to negotiating a wage that both we and he are happy with.

11.) 08 Jan 2020
08 Jan 2020 20:37:00
A national newspaper has published the wages of Liverpool players, and I think most would agree that Gini is being paid quite a low figure (£3.9 million per anum according to the paper) considering that he's often a key part of the midfield.

12.) 08 Jan 2020
08 Jan 2020 22:32:23
No idea how he's making ends meet, EpicPotato.

13.) 10 Jan 2020
10 Jan 2020 12:51:08
I'm more intrigued that mane is on half of salah and miles behind bobby I'd of thought the three should be on similar money I know the yearly salary is more than I could earn in a lifetime but I would be pissed if someone joined my place of work after me does the same job and earns double what I do doesn't seem right.

14.) 11 Jan 2020
11 Jan 2020 03:27:16
Mane only signed that last season too and he could probably have demanded double but that's an example of his character. He's not greedy or ego driven, he's humble and genuine. He spends a huge amount building schools etc back in Senegal and has never shown that greed affects his career. I saw a picture lately of him holding his phone which was an outdated old iphone with the screen cracked to bits, haha he seems too modest to demand a huge salary.

Similar to ngolo kante who didn't care what wages were being offered and he shows up to training in a 2nd hand hatchback car I can't remember which model but the story was hilarious, i love hearing rare stories of how top class footballers carry themselves without letting money affect them.