Gini might not get the headlines, but he's incredibly consistent and plays a LOT of games.
Will never forget his two goals in the semi vs Barca.
Seems like a modest quiet guy who gets on with it, does exactly what Jürgen wants, and it suited his game.
Big opportunity at Barca, with the coach there who knows him, can't begrudge him a change.
If he goes, which seems likely, all the best to him.
We'll be weaker for loosing him, and he needs to be replaced [he's a very consistent starter].