Gini Wijnaldum has revealed that he is ‘not fully satisfied’ at Paris Saint-Germain after struggling to make an impact since joining the French giants this summer.
Wijnaldum was a key player of Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool midfield for five seasons, helping the Reds win the Premier League and the Champions League.
However, he left Anfield earlier this year after failing to reach an agreement on a new deal, opting to join PSG instead. His first few months in France have not gone as planned, and he has mainly been left out of Mauricio Pochettino’s plans.
So far this season, the Dutchman has only played 502 minutes in 11 appearances across all competitions. Wijnaldum is currently on international duty with Holland and is scheduled to play against Gibraltar on Monday night in a World Cup qualifier.
However, in the build-up to the match, the 30-year-old revealed that his transition to life in France has been ‘tough’ and that he isn’t ‘totally satisfied’ at PSG.
Source: Daily Mail