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After Comments On Georginio Wijnaldums Anfield Leaving Liverpool Legend Jamie Carragher Retaliates

Jamie Carragher has reacted angrily to comments made by Gini Wijnaldum concerning his departure from Liverpool this summer.
The 30-year-old’s Liverpool contract expired at the end of June, and after being extensively linked with a move to Barcelona, he ultimately chose to join Mauricio Pochettino’s Paris Saint-Germain.
Wijnaldum, speaking on the circumstances surrounding his departure from Liverpool, chastised both club officials and fans on social media for what he perceived to be unfair treatment.
Jamie Carragher has taken to Twitter to criticize Gini Wijnaldum’s comments on leaving Liverpool. The Dutch midfielder left Anfield on a free transfer earlier this summer to join Paris Saint-Germain. Nevertheless, Carragher has taken to Twitter to defend his former club, implying that Wijnaldum’s departure was purely financial.
‘I adore Gini, but this is not right, social media is a circus, and every club has clowns,’ wrote Carragher.
‘Turn off your notifications and remove the app if it’s upsetting you that much!
He demanded additional money, but the club refused, stating, “That’s football!”
‘Wijnaldum’s exit was protracted, with Jürgen Klopp reportedly anxious to keep him at the club but the club’s owners wary of spending huge money on a player who would turn 31 later this year.
Wijnaldum claimed he was underappreciated by some within the club, as a result of which he was able to secure a lucrative contract with PSG after signing on a free transfer.
While the midfielder did not state so, his comments hinted that the club’s hierarchy did not treat him with the respect he deserved.
Wijnaldum admitted, ‘There was a time when I didn’t feel loved and valued.’
‘Not by my teammates, not by the Melwood staff.’
From what I’ve seen of them, I can say that they all adore me, and I adore them.
It wasn’t from that side, but from the other side.’ Wijnaldum also resorted to social media to criticize fans after games, believing he was being singled out for criticism.
During his final months, he also believed supporters on social media singled him out for harsh criticism. ‘I have to add, there was also social media,’ he said.
When things went wrong, I was the one who was blamed, and I expressed my want to leave.
‘There was a point where I thought to myself, ‘Wow, if they only knew what I was doing to stay fit and play every game,” says the athlete. ‘You get people in their final year who say, ‘I’m not playing because it’s a danger.’
I went in the opposite direction.
I was putting in a lot of effort and giving it my all.
I didn’t always play well, but I could look in the mirror afterward and say, ”I worked hard to improve.’

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