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Football transfer rumours: Wijnaldum and Depay to join Barcelona?

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A little under two years since he left Goodison Park to a chorus of boos, big Ronnie Koeman is back in club management – and causing consternation on Merseyside again. Koeman wants Gini Wijnaldum to leave Liverpool and link up with his compatriot Frenkie de Jong, giving Barcelona something approaching a midfield again. Dutch outlet AD have even claimed that Koeman has told Wijnaldum not to sign a new contract with his Anfield deal set to expire at the end of the season.

Koeman wants to bring those feel-good Dutch vibes back to the Camp Nou, with Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek and Lyon winger Memphis Depay also on his wish list. Lyon are in for a busy summer; according to L’Equipe, Arsenal have offered cash and one shop-soiled Matteo Guendouzi in a bid for Houssem Aouar. Meanwhile, another Gunners target – Lille defender Gabriel – is the subject of last-minute interest from Manchester United and PSG.

Continue reading…Today’s fluff will get right back to youA little under two years since he left Goodison Park to a chorus of boos, big Ronnie Koeman is back in club management – and causing consternation on Merseyside again. Koeman wants Gini Wijnaldum to leave Liverpool and link up with his compatriot Frenkie de Jong, giving Barcelona something approaching a midfield again. Dutch outlet AD have even claimed that Koeman has told Wijnaldum not to sign a new contract with his Anfield deal set to expire at the end of the season.Koeman wants to bring those feel-good Dutch vibes back to the Camp Nou, with Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek and Lyon winger Memphis Depay also on his wish list. Lyon are in for a busy summer; according to L’Equipe, Arsenal have offered cash and one shop-soiled Matteo Guendouzi in a bid for Houssem Aouar. Meanwhile, another Gunners target – Lille defender Gabriel – is the subject of last-minute interest from Manchester United and PSG. Continue reading…