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Liverpool outcast Xherdan Shaqiri has reportedly agreed on terms with Lyon; the offer is well below Liverpool’s £12 million valuation. According to French outlet L’Equipe, Lyon are close to signing Liverpool winger Xherdan Shaqiri, who has agreed personal terms with the French giants. Les Gones, though, need to still reach an agreement with the Premier League heavyweights over the final sum of the transfer fee. As per the report, Shaqiri has already agreed a three-year contract earning him around €350,000 per month. The Ligue 1 outfit have offered Liverpool only €4 million for their Swiss star, with the Reds rejecting the offer. The forward has earlier been linked with Italian clubs such as AS Roma and Lazio but were all forestalled due to Shaqiri’s monstrous wages. The 30-year-old is keen on a move to Lyon, but both the French club and Liverpool are still negotiating their dispute over the difference in transfer valuation involved in the move. The former Bayern Munich man joined Liverpool […]
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