Former Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum has broken his silence on his exit 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 at times he didn’t feel appreciated.
He said: “Every day in training and in the game I gave everything.
“Liverpool meant so much to me. There was some moment when I didn’t feel love and appreciated there.
“Not by my teammates, not the people at Melwood. I know they all loved me and I loved them. It was not from that side, more from the other side.
“There was a moment when I didn’t feel loved. In the last two seasons, I had it a few times.
“The media didn’t help. There was a story like I didn’t accept the [Liverpool] offer because I wanted more money, and the fans made it like ‘OK, he didn’t get the offer so he doesn’t try his best to win games.’ Everything looked like it was against me.
“Some moments it was like, ‘Wow, me again?’”