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Degen warns Wijnaldum as his Liverpool future remains undiscussed

Fri 04 December 2020 | 13:46

The Reds player could be heading to Spain now that he hasn’t discussed his future with the Premier League club.

Liverpool

Dutchman,

Georginio Wijnaldum

, received a warning from

Philipp Degen

about his future with Degen asking the player not to repeat the mistakes of

Emre Can

and plan out his future based on higher payment.

The

Netherlands

international is free to leave Liverpool in 2021, if he was reluctant to reaching an agreement with the club, but according to Degen, though

Barcelona

seems eager to sign the midfielder, leaving the Reds would be a big mistake.

Former Liverpool player and current agent

Degen

spoke of the player’s future saying:

“This is a big question - the same, a little bit, as Emre Can.”

“In football, I always say to every player that of course, in the end, you want good money, but in my life, I think a very important part in life is to see not only money, but everything.”

“I don’t know if it is only because of money, but he is in one of the top teams ever. What is the next step? Real Madrid? Or maybe Barcelona?”

“I don’t know but I don’t think he will be a star in these teams. If I were him, I would be thinking very hard. We have a very tough time in this world with coronavirus and we cannot go to the stadium and see the people.”

“I don’t know exactly what his status is and why he hasn’t signed, so maybe it is money, maybe he wants to move - but if I am him and I am part of this club which won the Champions League and the league - I stay in Liverpool.”

“Sometimes a club really wants to keep you, sometimes a club wants to keep you, and sometimes a club doesn’t want to keep you. This is three points.”

“The one who really wants to keep you will do everything. The clubs who just want to keep you, they don’t do everything. And the clubs who don’t want to sign you, they leave out the contract. There is always three parts.”

“I don’t know which part Liverpool is exactly on that so I don’t know, but if I am him, he can sign in five weeks, six weeks, but I would really think about it. He is at one of the best teams in Europe and you have to be a high, high club where he wants to move.”


source: SportMob