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Liverpool Fans Reckon Signing Xherdan Shaqiri Would be a Shrewd Bit of Business

Liverpool Fans Reckon Signing Xherdan Shaqiri Would be a Shrewd Bit of Business

Liverpool are reportedly making a move for Stoke City midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri – and the club’s supporters reckon such a signing would represent a shrewd bit of business by the Anfield side.

Having been relegated with Stoke City at the end of last season, it’s seriously unlikely that a player of the Swiss international’s calibre will stick about and turn out in the Championship next season.

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Many reports in the media are now claiming a fee of £12 million will be enough to prise Shaqiri away from the Britannia Stadium – the same fee Stoke paid to Inter Milan back in 2015 – and it seems Jurgen Klopp has sanctioned the deal.

Liverpool’s front three of Roberto Firmino, Mo Salah and Sadio Mane ripped European football to shreds last season but the depth in the rest of the club’s squad is seriously lacking.

But Shaqiri the man to bolster the ranks? This lot certainly seem to think so:

Do you think Shaqiri would represent good business at £12 million in the current transfer market?

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