Gini Wijnaldum’s stance on a return to the Premier League, and Ian Wright’s call for Arsenal to sign the star.


Gini Wijnaldum’s stance on a return to the Premier League, as Ian Wright pushes Arsenal to sign the star.

Since his departure from Liverpool, GINI WIJNALDUM has only been at PSG for six months.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has urged the club to sign PSG midfielder Gini Wijnaldum, who has been linked with a move away from the Emirates.

According to reports, the 31-year-old wants to return to England just six months after joining the Ligue 1 giants from Liverpool.

Wijnaldum wants to play in the Premier League again this month, according to Sky Sports.

The former Newcastle United and Liverpool midfielder has been linked with a loan move due to reports that he is unhappy in Paris.

Wijnaldum’s role in Mauricio Pochettino’s all-star squad at the Parc des Princes could be driving him crazy.

He’s only started nine league games as part of a PSG midfield that is constantly rotated, and he’ll be looking for more consistent minutes ahead of the World Cup later this year.

Mikel Arteta, according to Wright, should consider the Netherlands international as a serious option for bolstering his ranks in the race for a top-four finish.

“People like Thomas Partey obviously going away; you do need to bring in Wijnaldum,” he said on the Kelly andamp; Wrighty Show.

I came across the name Wijnaldum.

“That would be fantastic.”

Someone like that in the midfield, experienced, on loan from PSG.

He has won the Premier League twice.

“Just to keep it going with the kids and people like Sambi Lokonga.”

Then they can simply begin adding to the squad.”

Arteta is dealing with midfield issues in the new year, owing to the postponement of the 2021 African Cup of Nations, which will be held in Cameroon.

He’s been without Thomas Partey (Ghana) and Mohamed Elneny (Egypt) for more than a month.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles recently completed a season-long loan move to AS Roma.

The Spaniard’s only defensive midfield options right now are Granit Xhaka and Albert Sambi Lokonga.

The Gunners are currently leading West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester United in the Premier League race to return to the Champions League.

They also have a two-legged Carabao Cup semi-final against Liverpool on the horizon, as well as an FA Cup Third Round match against Nottingham Forest on Sunday.

With Edu, Arteta will be weighing his options, and Wijnaldum, a Premier League and Champions League winner with Liverpool, will undoubtedly be a tempting option.


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