South American stars unsupportive of Wijnaldum's midfield service - Source


Former Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum 'hasn't got the support of South American players including Lionel Messi at PSG'

Wijnaldum has been struggling for game time at PSG and the dutchman hasn't played a full 90 minutes in Ligue 1 since matchday three.

French news outlet L'Equipe claims the South American players at the club, including Lionel Messi, have been unsupportive of Wijnaldum as they 'prefer' fellow South American Leandro Paredes.

Wijnaldum has been in and out of PSG's side this season, but he's played more minutes than Paredes, who is also a midfielder.

However, recent reports suggest the 'formation of cliques' inside the dressing room is causing problems for the 30-year-old's position in the team.

This follows earlier reports that Wijnaldum 'isn't completely happy' in the French capital following his move from Liverpool in the summer.

Wijnaldum spent five years at Anfield before he departed on a free transfer at the end of last season following the expiration of his contract.

He was one of just two Liverpool players to feature in every Premier League game last term, but he seems to have had a challenging start to life at his new club

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