REPORT: Inter Milan Have Agreement in Place With Liverpool Midfielder

There has been a change in plans for Georginio Wijnaldum's future after many expected the Liverpool midfielder to be on his way to Barcelona
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Inter Milan reportedly have an agreement in place with Georginio Wijnaldum, according to reports.

The Dutchman is entering into his final months of his Reds career, nearly five years after his switch from the North East to Merseyside. 

It has been some intense couple of days for Liverpool after the announcement of the European Super League that the Reds are said to be taking part on. 

It has taken the fans by surprise, and most of them do not agree with the decision, but some more bad news appears to be on the way, this time from Italy. 

Georginio Wijnaldum

According to recent claims from, Claudio Raimondi of the Italian outlet Sport Mediaset Inter Milan have an agreement in place with Georginio Wijnaldum to join the Serie A side at the end of the season. 

The current Liverpool midfielder has a contract that ends at the end of the season and will be able to leave Anfield on a free transfer. 


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Barcelona were said to be his next destination, but new claims now appear to contradict those suggestions, with Antonio Conte said to be a huge fan of the midfielder. 

Raimondi says that the Nerazzurri side has decided to go on a ‘low profile free agent market’ search, with one of the players in their shortlist being the 30-year-old who they are said to have a handshake agreement since last year.

Representatives of the two remain at loggerheads with still no breakthrough as the Holland captain looks to be recognised in his contract as one of the 'worlds best'.