Liverpool begin talks with Stoke City over Xehrdan Shaqiri transfer

12 Julio, 2018, 06:29 | Author: Thomas Hicks
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The Swiss' contract at Stoke runs until 2020.

Now, Pearce writes that talks have been opened with Stoke as Liverpool look to capitalise on the Potters being relegated last season.

Shaqiri does have a release clause but the exact details are unknown at this stage, though the fee is believed to be higher than the widely reported £12m.

The Reds expect no issues on personal terms with Shaqiri once that is sorted.

Shaqiri's World Cup campaign ended with Switzerland last week and he has indicated his next destination will be revealed soon.

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Shaqiri was a major coup for Stoke when he signed from Inter in 2015, but despite moments of brilliance he has never shown his ability on a consistent basis in the Premier League.

The Reds are in talks with the Potters over a deal for the Swiss ace and could have a deal completed before they jet out on their pre-season tour of America next week.

It remains to be seen whether the pursuit of Shaqiri will be instead of, or as well as, Nabil Fekir, the Lyon attacking midfielder who Liverpool have been chasing for several months.

Liverpool have already spent heavily in the transfer market this summer in the shape of midfielders Naby Keita and Fabinho and Jurgen Klopp is keen to strengthen his forward line with a mind to challenging for the Premier League title.

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