Shaqiri signs for Liverpool

Liverpool have agreed a fee to sign Xherdan Shaqiri

Liverpool have agreed a fee to sign Xherdan Shaqiri

Xherdan Shaqiri was one of the standouts in Russian Federation, not just for Switzerland but the 2018 FIFA World Cup in general.

As Klopp said, Shaqiri's signing is a "no-brainer".

The Whites are one of a host of Championship clubs said to be interested in securing the services of the 21-year-old Liverpool winger on loan, including the likes of Derby County, West Bromwich Albion and Reading.

Shaqiri, who joins Fabinho and Naby Keita as Liverpool's new recruits this summer, scored 15 goals and as many assists in 92 appearances for Stoke.

A transfer to Inter Milan followed in January 2015, but he quickly traded them for the Potters that August.

Emre Can's move to Juventus last month meant the No. 23 was vacant and Shaqiri has taken over the shirt from the German midfielder.

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"As a player you always want to be on the biggest stage in football".

The Wales global has been chased by a host of clubs this summer on loan and Liverpool are ready to sanction another loan move for Wilson as he is unlikely to break into Jurgen Klopp's first team next season. I'm really happy I'm finally here.

Stoke City were relegated from the Premier League last season. So I'm really glad and happy to be here. Now a Liverpool player, Shaqiri addressed the stature of the club and his botched move years ago in his interview to the official website.

"He came for training and a trial when I was at Basel". "When someone like him becomes available in this way you..." To play for us these are mandatory requirements.

"He's going to have to work hard off the ball but having better players around him might help - and he'll have a manager in Jurgen Klopp who looks after his players but demands a lot in return".

'We will want him to express himself but also learn and improve the areas of his game where he can still make progression'.

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