Netherlands international Georginio Wijnaldum has held positive talks with Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, concerning his future at Anfield.
The player held a meeting on Wednesday with manager Jurgen Klopp concerning the prospect of him staying with the Reds. Wijnaldum has one year remaining on his current deal but talks over extending his contract have yet to take place.
The Netherlands central midfielder, earlier this week, has been linked with a move to Spanish giants Barcelona to link up with his former national team manager, Ronald Koeman, with the duo having worked closely together at international level.
Wijnaldum hopes an offer of a contract extension from the club will be the result of a productive conversation with his manager, who is keen for him to stay.
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The 29-year-old has won the Premier League and Champions League during his time at Anfield and has scored 19 times in 187 games in all competitions having joined Liverpool from Newcastle in 2016.
Liverpool have made just one addition to their squad over the summer, ahead of their season opener on Saturday against Leeds United, the £10m acquisition of Olympiakos left-back Kostas Tsimikas, who will provide competition for Andy Robertson.
The club is also considering allowing Rhian Brewster to leave on a permanent deal in this transfer window, with the possible protection of a buy-back clause.