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“Look at what Georginio Wijnaldum did at Liverpool” – John Barnes Offers Advice To Arsenal Star Amid Rumors Of Summer Exit. John Barnes, a Liverpool veteran, has pushed Alexandre Lacazette to keep performing well for Arsenal despite his contract expiring in the summer, as Georginio Wijnaldum did near the end of his Reds tenure. 

Lacazette’s contract with Arsenal expires at the end of the season. As things stand, the Frenchman, who recently confirmed that he is in talks with a number of teams about a move, is expected to leave the Emirates Stadium in the summer.

"Look at what Georginio Wijnaldum did at Liverpool" - John Barnes Offers Advice To Arsenal Star Amid Rumors Of Summer Exit
“Look at what Georginio Wijnaldum did at Liverpool” – John Barnes Offers Advice To Arsenal Star Amid Rumors Of Summer Exit

Lacazette has been a starter for Mikel Arteta’s side this season, despite his contract issue. The 30-year-old has made 32 appearances for the north London giants in all competitions, scoring six goals and assisting on eight occasions.

Barnes has now emphasized the need for Lacazette to continue to add to his tally in order to secure a good summer move. Wijnaldum helped Liverpool finish in the top four of the Premier League before joining PSG on a free transfer last summer, and he wants him to achieve the same.

“The best way for Alexandre Lacazette to secure his future would be to continue playing well and scoring goals for Arsenal. Mikel Arteta comments about focusing on Arsenal are fair. If you look at what Georginio Wijnaldum did at Liverpool when he was leaving, he continued to play well every game right until the end.” 

“What happens with Lacazette will take care of itself, but what would help his future is playing well and scoring plenty for Arsenal with the right attitude. He will be going somewhere once the season ends, but he’d be off to somewhere better if he was scoring the goals for Arsenal.” He wrote in his BonusCodeBets column.

In his final season at Anfield, Wijnaldum appeared in 51 games for Jurgen Klopp’s team. The Dutchman refused to let his contract issue stop him from giving his all for the Merseyside club.

 

 

By Clive Banda

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