Corriere dello Sport believe Georginio Wijnaldum to AS Roma is possible, despite claims on Monday that the Liverpool player was asking for too much money.

Given his contract at Anfield expires at the end of June, and a renewal looks unlikely right now, the midfielder has been linked with multiple clubs over the past few months. Barcelona have been repeatedly thrown into the mix, yet with Ronald Koeman’s situation under some doubt, that route looks less likely.

Bayern were thrown into the mix earlier this month, only for denials to appear from media close to the Bundesliga club, and even claims in the German media that Wijnaldum’s agent has been feeding the press with untruths about interest.

According to Corriere dello Sport and their take on the player moving to Roma, ‘the deal is possible’ due to Italy’s advantageous tax rules for incomers. Wijnaldum would get tax relief on the first two years of his contract, meaning Roma would be able to pay him €4.5m a year after deductions.

There’s already been contact with the Liverpool player’s entourage, yet it doesn’t feel like there’s anything major happening right now. The Italian newspaper insist Roma can afford Wijnaldum, but it’s more a question of whether they want to or not.