Pfaffenhofen, Germany, 15th of May, 2020. Symbolphoto football in Corona times and the restart of the german 1.Bundesliga on May 15, 2020 in Pfaffenhofen, Bavaria, Germany.

Italian giants AS Roma are interested in loaning Wijnaldum, with an option to buy. The former Liverpool star is reportedly looking forward to a move to Roma, sparking optimism in the Roma camp. While looking closer to the star, Arsenal is also reportedly considering a move to Wijnaldum. Reports from Italy claim that manager Jose Mourinho has spoken to Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum about a transfer. Former Liverpool star Georginio Wijnaldum plans to leave Paris Saint-Germain just a year after moving to the French capital.

The arrival of Georginio Wijnaldum in the Italian city is still being negotiated. However, according to various rumours, this might be the week Roma and PSG agree on the Dutchman’s move. For the time being, the capital club is optimistic about securing the 31-year-old, keen to join Jose Mourinho’s side during the summer transfer window. As a result, the two directors might use this as a chance to seal a deal for Wijnaldum, who has been barred from participating in PSG‘s preseason training.

Wijnaldum agreed to terms for a move to Barcelona under his former Dutch manager Ronald Koeman last season. Still, Paris Saint-Germain offered double the salary and stole them from them. According to reports, PSG midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum wanted to leave Paris Saint-Germain in January. Many pundits think that Wijnaldum should move to Arsenal as that will be suitable for him and Arteta’s side. The Dutchman, who is reportedly part of PSG’s squad, is believed to have exceeded PSG’s requirements despite only spending one season with the French giants following his move from Liverpool.

Roma has also gotten their hands on the Argentine striker Dybala who was unveiled in front of the fans in a unique way where many fans gathered and welcomed him. Roma has had a great deal in getting Dybala for free the striker can easily fit in Jose Mourinho’s tactics and can also make an impact up front by scoring goals.

Georginio Wijnaldum, in the recent hours, has also rejected a move to the English side Everton. Everton sold their Brazilian striker to Spurs in this transfer window, and they will have to fill in the gap. It will be very pleasing for the Liverpool fans after hearing the news that their former player Wijnaldum said a direct no to their rivals Everton. In my opinion, it was a good decision that he said no to Everton because, looking at their last season’s run, they luckily missed the relegation and stayed in the top division. It also looks like Everton is up for a tough campaign this season.