Liverpool News: Wijnaldum Slams Dutch Journalist, Gerrard Backs Arnold And Klopp Open To Selling Firmino

Liverpool and Dutch superstar Gini Wijnadum was left incensed by a misguided question from a Dutch journalist.

ESPN Dutch journalist Pascal Kamperman tackled Wijnaldum stand on Qatar’s human rights abuse and racism in football. The Guardian reported last month that more than 6500 migrant workers from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have died in Qatar since it won the right to host the World Cup 10 years.

Wijnaldum was then asked why he hasn’t taken similar stand to defend migrant works unlike his stand in Racism. Angry with the question, Wijnaldum stood his ground and gave reason why is best to tackle issues of racism in the Premier League and then FIFA and UEFA tackle migrant abuse in Qatar.

Steven Gerrard has backed Trent Alexander Arnold to rediscover his brilliant best after the fullback was omitted from England’s U-23 squad.

The omission is a warning sign that Arnold will miss the chance to represent England in the Euros Steven Gerrard don’t want to see his follow Liverpudian missing out for Reece James or Ben Chilwell.

Arnold must now improve and give Gareth Southgate reasons to select him ahead of the other fullbacks.

According to Marca, Jurgen Klopp is open to selling Roberto Firmino this summer if a good offer comes in for him.

Firmino has managed just a goal and assists in 12 appearances and that is not good enough for a club chasing top 4 or titles. But with Jota banging in the goals and creating goals for others,

Klopp is now convinced his team needs to evolve and those not good enough to stay will be sold. Firmino is a legend no doubt about that but Liverpool can’t remain in the past they have to move on.

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