Paris Saint-Germain could complete a deal for Liverpool creative playmaker this summer.
Paris Saint-Germain want to add some strength to their midfield options during the upcoming summer transfer window, and have identified 30 years old creative playmaker, who plays for Liverpool and collects €103,366-a-week wages as a potential transfer target.
The Liverpool creative playmaker, has been in a great forms for Liverpool during this campaign and has been impressive, with his impressive and creative ability reported to have attracted European top teams like Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain.
Barcelona have been keen on completing a deal for the €103,366-a-week Liverpool creative playmaker Georginio Wijnaldum since the last summer, in a bid to improve their midfilde, with Ronald Koeman known to be a good admirer of the Liverpool creative playmaker.
Paris Saint-Germain having identified the 30 years old as a potential transfer target, could complete a deal for the €103,366-a-week Liverpool creative playmaker come summer, according to CaughtOffside.
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