Netherlands international Georginio Wijnaldum has reportedly made the decision to leave Liverpool this summer at the end of his contract with the club. The Netherlands midfielder has less than six months remaining on his existing Liverpool contract and he’s presently free to foreign clubs about a potential free transfer move this summer.

According to a recent publication from the Daily Mirror, GeorginioWijnaldum has decided to leave Liverpool for Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona on a free transfer this summer. The Netherlands midfielder wants to reunite with Ronald Koeman whom he worked with for the national team of the Netherlands. GeorginioWijnaldum was one of the best players for the Netherlands national team when Ronald Koeman was the manager. The ex-Barcelona player left the Netherlands job to take the appointment as the new manager of his former club, FC Barcelona.

GeorginioWijnaldum was linked with a reunion with Ronald Koeman at Barcelona immediately the Dutch tactician was appointed as the new manager of the Nou Camp giants but the club was unable to pull off the funds needed for the signing. Barcelona were interested in a lot of players but they were unable to sign them due to the lack of funds.In the absence of the required funds, GeorginioWijnaldum elected to run down his contract at Liverpool and he’s now on course to eventually sign for Barcelona. The Catalans won’t pay any transfer fee for him.

GeorginioWijnaldum is a part of the Liverpool team going through a lean spell in front of goal in the Premier League. The Netherlands international and his Liverpool teammates have scored just one goal in their last four games in the Premier League to put their title challenge in serious danger. The Premier League holders have dropped from first to fourth as a result of the lean spell in front of goal.