Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has been confirmed to officially join Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain on a three year deal.
Confirming his statement on PSG website, Georginio Wijnaldum quoted as saying “Signing for Paris Saint-Germain is a new challenge for me, I’m joining one of the best squads in Europe and I want to bring all my desire and commitment to this ambitious project.”
His contract will be set to expire in June 2024 with PSG with the new three year deal.
The Dutch professional footballer started his football career as a youth were he played for Sparta Rotterdam( 1997-2004) and Feynenoord (2004-2007).
His senior career began with Feynenoord and PSV were he spent 4 years each with the clubs in Netherlands.
Wijnaldum later joined English Premier League club Newcastle in July 2015 on a five-year contract were he only spent one year with Liverpool keenly interested in him.
Liverpool signed a five-year contract for an initial 23 million pounds with a further 2 million pounds in conditional addons from Newcastle.
One memorably time under Jurgen Klopp was when he contributed significantly in his midfield role at the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final with Liverpool defeating Tottenham Hotspur by 2-0.
Barcelona was the first to have indicated interest in signing Georginio Wijnaldum before Paris Saint-Germain snatched away the deal.
Paris Saint-Germain are looking forward to reinforce the team to restore back their lost glory from Lille after loosing the Ligue 1 tittle to them last month.