A youth product of Eredivisie side Feyenoord, Wijnaldum became the youngest player ever to represent the club when he made his debut in 2007, and went on to play 134 matches over the course of a five-year spell. Following his departure from Feyenoord, Wijnaldum spent four seasons at PSV where he won the KNVB Cup in the first season and the Eredivisie in his last. He also earned the Dutch Footballer of the Year award during his time with PSV. In 2015, Wijnaldum joined Premier League side Newcastle United for £14.5 million, before departing following the club's relegation a year later to join Liverpool in a £23 million deal.
Wijnaldum is also a full Dutch international, having earned more than 40 caps since making his debut in 2011, and was a member of the squad which came third at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Description provided by Wikipedia
Raheem Sterling put Man City ahead, but Joël Matip’s equaliser earned Liverpool a penalty shoot-out, in which Claudio Bravo’s save from Georginio Wijnaldum proved decisive
Jadon Sancho showed flashes of class for England while Virgil van Dijk kept his excellent club form for Liverpool going in Netherlands’ 3-1 victory in the Nations League semi-final
‘Shootings, prostitutes and needles’ – Gini Wijnaldum’s brother, Giliano, and childhood friend David Mendes da Silva explain what it was like to grow up in Schiemond