Liverpool Set To Sign Highly-Rated Swiss International Attacking Midfielder

Liverpool Set To Sign Highly-Rated Swiss International Attacking Midfielder

The Reds are considering a move for Shaqiri, who has a £12million release clause.

After struggling at Bayern Munich and Inter, and then taking a step down to Stoke City, Henchoz thinks Shaqiri is now ready to test himself again at a top club.

"It's very simple for me", he said at his unveiling "First and foremost no player under contract will leave this club unless the club feel it is the right deal".

The 26-year-old Swiss sensation has already clarified that his future lies elsewhere but prefers to remain in Premier League. "I would love to stay in England, but I do not want to rule anything out". Everyone wants to compete with the best, that was one reason why I chose the Premier League. Shaqiri, also known as "Alpine Messi" will be a bargain buy in such an inflated market who is going to increase the depth significantly. Release clause of around £12 million makes it low risk. However, with the influence of Klopp and a big club like Liverpool, the UCL runners-up can expect an advantage regarding the deal.

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"I chose Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers had called me several times before the World Cup, but Bayern didn't allow me to leave".

Leicester and Everton have also registered an interest in the £12m signing, who was brought in by Mark Hughes from Inter Milan.

The Switzerland worldwide would nearly certainly play back-up to Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, as well as whoever Liverpool bring in this summer.

Shaqiri is set to star for Switzerland at the World Cup, having scored 20 goals for his country to-date.