Georginio Wijnaldum spent six successful years at Liverpool, before moving to Paris Saint-Germain last summer.

Wijnaldum will be allowed to leave PSG after only one season with the French giants.

90 min reports the 31-year-old, who moved to Paris on a three-year deal last summer, is considered surplus to requirements at the club after only one season.

The Dutchman, who ditched Barcelona to join PSG at the eleventh hour last summer, has failed to cement a regular starting place at the Parc des Princes.

Last season, he started just 18 games for the Parisians, with nine of those appearances coming in 2022.

PSG’s new football sporting director Luis Campos has put up some ambitious plans in place and this would see the arrival of fresh talent in Paris but at the same time, some big names would have to leave.

Wijnaldum is likely to be among those big name departures this summer.

One of the targets for PSG has been Renato Sanches, who is currently playing for Lille, although the French giants face competition from AC Milan.

As per reports, PSG would prefer a move to permanently sell the midfielder, with two years remaining on his deal.

However, considering the Dutch international’s hefty wages at the club, PSG would also be open to a loan move, with the club receiving the player set to share the burden of paying his wages.

While there are prospects in both Italy, Germany and Spain, Wijnaldum would prefer a move back to the Premier League, where he enjoyed some of his best football.