Starting with the first of the midfielders in Georginio Wijnaldum. The Dutchman was a £25mil signing from Newcastle this past Summer, making him the second most expensive signing under Jurgen Klopp. “Gini” has been a key player for Liverpool, scoring crucial goals against both Chelsea and Man City, the latter of which was the winner in a key game at the time. In and out of the team against Emre Can, the former-Newcastle man has played ahead of the German International numerous time. So is it time to cash in on the Dutch International or not?
Keep: A relatively simple decision for the average Liverpool fan. Gini has been key for this Liverpool team moving forward, especially under Jurgen Klopp’s set up. His box to box runs and his attacking play from deep in the midfield are vital to the way Liverpool play. He can partner Henderson in the DM position and then end up as the CF up in attack. Questions were asked of Liverpool spending so much on, at the time, a Championship player but he has quietly gone about his business and is now one of the first names on the team sheet.