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Former Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum broke his silence when he withdrew from the club.
The Dutch international left Liverpool this summer and joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.
In an interview with The Times, Wijnaldum admitted that sometimes he does not feel appreciated.
He said: “Every day I give everything in training and competition.
“Liverpool means a lot to me. For a while I didn’t feel love or appreciation there.
“It’s not my teammates, it’s not Melwood’s people. I know they all love me and I love them too. It doesn’t come from one side, but from the other side.
“I didn’t feel loved for a while. In the past two seasons, I have had it a few times.
“The media did not help. There is a story like [Liverpool] The offer was because I wanted more money and the fans said,’Well, he didn’t get the offer, so he didn’t try his best to win the game. ‘Everything seems to be aimed at me.
“Sometimes it’s like,’Wow, it’s me again?'”