Arsenal target may have played his last game for his present club

Georginio Wijnaldum may have played his last game for PSG amidst interest from Arsenal.

The former Liverpool man is struggling with the change of scenery in Paris and cannot command a regular place on the team.

He suffered a sprained ankle at the weekend and would now be out of action for almost a month.

However, Todofichajes says he may never play for the Parisians again and tips him to wear the Arsenal shirt when next he returns to action.

The report says he simply doesn’t fit into the plans of Mauricio Pochettino and has asked to return to the Premier League.

Newcastle United and Everton are two other clubs in England’s top-flight that want his signature this month, but Arsenal is in pole position.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Wijnaldum was in great form in the Premier League when he played for Liverpool.

The Dutchman isn’t getting any younger, but his game might be more suited to the EPL.

His experience in winning the competition with a previous club could be very helpful to the Arsenal dressing room.

Mikel Arteta has been smart in adding new players to his squad recently and most of them have done well.

If he wants Wijnaldum, we can trust that he has a role for the midfielder to play at the Emirates.

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  1. Wijnaldum may not be that wonderful but I’m sure he’ll instill some energy into the midfield, that alone would improve us, it would relieve Partey , allowing him go forward, increase our Ariel duels and compliment odegaard’s pressing style.

  2. there’s no question that this player is a superior option to Xhaka, but the two key concerns to any such signing are the inherent costs, both monetarily and assurance-wise, especially considering his age, and if our manager would be willing to adjust his tactics in such a manner that would best suit this type of a player…let’s face it, it makes no sense that we’ve invested heavily in CBs that are supposedly well-suited to a system that requires us to play primarily out from the back, due to their ability to make stretch passes, then likewise have two deeper-lying “pivots”…this shouldn’t be required, if the former statement is to be believed, as this should allow us to deploy a singular DM, for coverage purposes, so that we can attack both from wider positions and through the middle of the park…at least if we purchased this player, it would give us the luxury of allowing our 2 “DMs” to take turns being more aggressive farther up the pitch…that said, in a perfect world, we would get a more traditional DM, who’s effective in transition, so that we could devote more offensive-minded players into the final third

  3. Yves Bissouma is the midfielder to go for IMO. That would make it possible for Thomas Partey to play a more attacking position.
    Wijnaldum could be a good solution as well.

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