New PSG signing reveals he is 'unhappy'

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A new Paris Saint-Germain star has revealed that he is not completely happy at the club following his arrival in France in the latest transfer window. 

PSG made several big-name signings over the past few months, but some of them have endured a tough start to life in Paris for various reasons.  

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Centre-back Sergio Ramos is yet to make an appearance for Les Parisiens due to an injury, while goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, to date, has not been able to claim the No. 1 spot as his own from Costa Rican shot-stopper Keylor Navas. 

Morocco star Achraf Hakimi has secured a regular spot at right-back, though, while Lionel Messi has been used cautiously by manager Mauricio Pochettino because of a few injury and fitness concerns. 

Another signing who has had a difficult start at the Ligue 1 club is Dutchman Georginio Wijnaldum, who joined as a free agent from Premier League side Liverpool and was an integral part of the Reds side that won the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League title, as well as the 2019/20 Premier League trophy. 

The Netherlands midfielder, who was linked with a switch to FC Barcelona before abruptly signing for Les Parisiens instead, has now opened up about his frustrating start to life in France. 

"I can't say I'm completely happy," Wijnaldum told reporters ahead of the Netherlands' 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Gibraltar on Monday, per Goal. 

"The situation is not what I wanted. I have played a lot in recent years, was always fit, and also did very well.  

"This is something different and that takes getting used to. I was really looking forward to the new step and then this happens. It is very difficult. 

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"That's football and I'll have to learn to deal with that. I'm a fighter. I have to stay positive and work hard to turn it around." 

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