Liverpool midfielder Georgio Wijnaldum will be leaving the club at the end of the season, according to the words from the mouth of the player’s agent. The midfielder has decided that it is time to leave the Anfield club after talks between him and the Merseyside giants broke down and they were unable to establish an agreement over the signing of a new contract.

Klopp confirmed some months ago that the club were going to initiate talks with the Netherlands international midfielder to try and convince him to stay but it appears the talks did not yield a positive result. The club that have been touted as his most likely destination is Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona. The Camp Nou outfit are reportedly willing to convince him to move to Spain and continue his career and to also link up with his former manager at the international level, Ronald Koeman.

But according to recent reports, newly-crowned German Bundesliga Champions Bayern Munich are also in the race to convince him to sign on the dotted lines at the Allianz Arena. The 31-year-old now has to decide whether he wants to reunite with Koeman at Barcelona or move to Germany instead to further his career.

The Champions League winner once revealed that he would love to continue his career at Liverpool, but because there was no agreement reached between him and the club during contract negotiations, the option he now wants to exercise is an exit from the club he joined from Newcastle United some transfer windows ago.

According to his manager, the midfielder is a target for Bayern Munich and he will try to evaluate his options at the end of the season to decide on which club he will be joining ahead of the coming 2021-22 season.