Brendan Rodgers looks set to beat a number of rivals to the signing of Bayern Munich star Xherdan Shaqiri after it was revealed the Reds have submitted an official bid for the winger.
It seemed like the Reds' chances were over, but recently, it has been revealed that Liverpool have made a permanent offer for the pacey winger and want to fight off the interest of the Juventus as well as Inter Milan.
Italian champions Juventus have made a contact with FC Barcelona and Bayern Munich for the transfers of Martin Montoya and herdan Shaqiri respectively and the Old Lady are confident of signing both the players next month.
Van Gaal is looking to sign Hummels, Gareth Bale and Shaqiri to improve his squad
Liverpool have received a major blow as long term target Xherdan Shaqiri looks like he is heading over to Wolfsburg.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has asked the club management to sign another striker in January and the club is keeping a tab on the situation of Lukas Podolski, Fernando Torres and Xherdan Shaqiri.
What makes a player give it all for his team? Ask any successful coach and the answer is simply ai???a happy bunch of players.ai??? Just like in any corporate environment, satisfaction of individual players plays a major role in the team scaling greater heights. And in any successful team, some are not quite content with the success. Some move on in search of newer challenges, some demand a better payslip for their contributions to the club and some are not happy with the role they are playing. Xherdan Shaqiri falls into the third category. The Swiss international is clearly not happy at Allianz Arena. It has been evident over the past few months. Both Guardiola and Bayern management expect Shaqiri to stay at the club but limited playing time is bound to make a quality player like him restless. It is worth questioning whether Bayern were right in signing him two years ago. Why was Shaqiri needed at Bayern? After […]
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Liverpool FC's long term target Shaqiri will be allowed to leave Bayern Munich, claim German paper BILD.
Swiss international Xherdan Shaqiri is dissatisfied with the lack of game time at his club and seems to be considering his future with the Bavarian giants.