Xherdan Shaqiri might seek pastures new in the next transfer market.

Updated: Apr 24

  • It remains to be seen whether Shaqiri will push for a move away from Anfield.

  • The brother and agent of Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri says there are several clubs interested in his client's services.

There are a few clubs who have expressed an interest in the Switzerland international. [Getty Images]

Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri might seek pastures new when the next transfer window opens, according to his agent. Shaqiri's agent who is also his brother has confirmed the Merseyside club will be receiving a lot of offers from several clubs for the former Bayern Munich and Inter Milan star. With Liverpool's front three [Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino] in fine form, Shaqiri has struggled to get games under his belt, making only six Premier League appearances this season, though, the 28-year-old's form has also been hampered by injury. The Switzerland international's current deal at Anfield is set to expire in 2023, but Liverpool could sell him on if both parties are not rowing in the same direction.

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Speaking to Kosovan TV station KTV Erdin Shaqiri said: "I think there will be many offers for Xherdan in the summer. "Already in January there was concrete interest from two or three clubs. These - their names have already been taken up in various media - will knock again."

Erdin continued: "Xherdan's situation in Liverpool is not easy because of several minor injuries that lasted longer than we thought. Jurgen Klopp is in talks with him about more game practice - we have to wait and see. "I think Xherdan deserves a lot more. He was unlucky with his injuries, but every time he could play again, he did his job and changed the game."

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