Spanish club plot transfer offer for ex-Stoke City star as Liverpool exit nears – reports


Former Stoke City forward Xherdan Shaqiri could be on the move yet again this summer, if reports are to be believed.

The Switzerland international left the Potters in 2018 to sign for Liverpool, but has struggled for game time in his second season on Merseyside.

Shaqiri moved to Anfield following Stoke’s relegation to the Championship, with Jurgen Klopp’s Reds triggering a £13m release clause in the player’s contract.

Reports in Football Insider claim La Liga outfit Sevilla are plotting a formal offer for the 28-year-old, with a host of other clubs thought to be interested in his services.

It is thought Liverpool rejected loan offers for Shaqiri during the January transfer window, but have now given the go ahead for the player to find a new club in the summer.

The Reds are believed to be willing to let Shaqiri leave Anfield if their £28m asking price is met, according to the report.

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Shaqiri arrived at Stoke from Inter Milan for £12m in 2015 and spent three seasons with the Potters, making 84 appearances scoring 15 goals.

Since leaving at the bet365 Stadium, Shaqiri has made 40 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions, scoring seven goals, but has started just three matches this term and has struggled with injury problems.





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