Liverpool are hoping to agree a new contract with Gini Wijnaldum, whose current deal at Anfield will expire in the summer (The Guardian).
The Dutch international was heavily linked with a move away from Barcelona last summer but he ended up staying with the Premier League champions.
If reports in Spain (Mundo Deportivo via Sport Witness) are anything to go by then the 30-year-old midfielder has not closed the door to join the Catalan giants and he may agree a pre-contract next month to secure Liverpool exit.
Wijnaldum has been a key member for us under the management of Jurgen Klopp and it will be fair to say that the Reds should have agreed a bumper new contract with him long time ago.
The La Roja star has been highly injury prone since moving to Anfield and so far, he has just featured for 135 minutes and started only 1 game (vs Everton).
On the other hand, Wijnaldum has remained fit for us and has consistently performed well. In the last league fixture vs Wolves, the Dutchman put in a fantastic performance, scored a sublime goal and was named the Man of the Match by the club.
The 62-capped international should feel that Liverpool have not treated him fairly. In your view, should the Reds hand him a lucrative new deal to keep him at the club?