As we all know, Georginio Wijnaldum is looking for a way out of Newcastle, and a few clubs are keen to provide him with an exit strategy only to be blocked off by the Championship club, who refuse to sell.

Rafael Benitez, now in charge of the Geordie club for the long-term, has made it clear he wants to try and keep the best players in his side, which includes the Dutchman.

Liverpool are reported to be very, very keen on bringing him south, while the AS Roma rumours had gone quiet for some time now.

Until Wednesday, that is.

Corriere dello Sport have an article on the Serie A side’s potential movements this transfer window, and the Dutchman features heavily, but Newcastle’s asking price remains a bit high.

For €20m, Roma feel the Championship club are asking too much, and the Italian newspaper say the runners-up in Italy last season would be willing to pay somewhere between €15-18m for the attacking midfielder.

Roma have the advantage over Liverpool in that they will be playing Champions League football next season, while the Merseyside club have a lot more money to offer.

Which one will it be, Georginio? Money or elite European football?