The former Manchester United star usually plays on the wing but he’s also capable of leading the line, which makes him an attractive target.
And Barcelona think Wijnaldum will be a key asset when it comes to the club’s midfield, especially with Sergio Busquets entering the twilight years of his career.
Meanwhile, new club president Joan Laporta has admitted he wants to make Barca economically viable again – with the coronavirus crisis likely to impact their transfer business.
“It is true that the economic situation of the club is the source of pre-occupation for all Barca associates and us as well and that is our priority,” Laporta added.
“To turn Barca economically viable again, that is why we have a shock plan we will implement. We know how to do it, it will mean making an effort and working a lot.