Liverpool board ignores Klopp's plea to keep Wijnaldum

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is reportedly not happy with how the club’s board has dealt with the Georginio Wijnaldum transfer situation.

As Wijnaldum’s contract expires this summer, the Reds are increasingly likely to lose him on a free transfer, with Klopp likely to miss one of his most true heroes in recent years.

90min reported that Klopp requested the board to keep the Netherlands international, but his pleas were ignored as the club refused.

According to the article, there may have been other conflicts between Klopp and FSG. It also mentions the failed deal for Timo Werner, who ended up at Chelsea instead.

The current situation does not sound ideal for Liverpool after a tough season on the field, with things not going well off it.

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Last season, LFC won the Premier League, but they are now in danger of losing out on the top four this season.

After Klopp’s incredible success at Anfield, many fail to understand why the Merseyside giants wouldn’t do anything in their power to help him in the transfer market.

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