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Liverpool Fans Brutally Turn On Gini Wijnaldum And Tell Him To Leave The Club

Liverpool Fans Brutally Turn On Gini Wijnaldum And Tell Him To Leave The Club

Liverpool fans have turned on Gini Wijnaldum and brutally told him to leave the club this summer.

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Wijnaldum started in the Reds' 2-0 defeat to Everton and they now sit in sixth place in the Premier League.

The Netherlands international penned an emotional message on social media, stressing things will get better.

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But supporters were furious with Wijnaldum and they believe his five-year on Merseyside should be coming to an end.

Comments stressed they were not going to abuse the 30-year-old, but would "kindly ask him to leave".

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Wijnaldum's contract expires in the summer and it is currently unknown if he will be signing an extension.

Last summer saw him linked with a move to Spanish giants Barcelona who are managed by Ronald Koeman, Wijnaldum's former coach in the Dutch national team.

He'll likely continue playing this season due to Liverpool's increasingly large injury list.

Captain Jordan Henderson hobbled off during Saturday's loss while Fabinho is also injured.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Liverpool, Gini Wijnaldum, Football, England, Everton, reactions

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