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    Saturday, 16 November 2019

    Unhappy Xherdan Shaqiri makes bold revelation about Mo Salah and Sadio Mane

    Xerdan Shaqiri has reportedly told friends he is leaving Liverpool next summer because of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane

    The Swiss international appeared to have been forgotten about so far this season, after being ruled out with a calf tear sustained in training.

    Shaqiri recognises he has little chance of starting ahead of both Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane when he returns to full fitness and the 28-year-old therefore has fantasized moving on to a new challenge.

    The midfielder who is expected to fully recover soon is reportedly unhappy at Liverpool and has told close friends he wants to leave the club next summer. That's according to Football Insider.


    In an interview with Swiss magazine Schweizer Illustrierte, Shaq said about his play time: "Of course I'm dissatisfied that I do not play more often.

    "If that is not the reaction of a pro, he's in the wrong job. He (Klopp) cannot personally discuss the role of each player, that's normal.

    "We have a big, talented squad, and many have to wait for their chance. I have never had a problem with the coach. He knows that I am ready."

    On whether he's ever regretted joining the Reds, the Swiss added: "Not for a second have I regretted the move to Liverpool.

    "Many wrote me off in Stoke, but who can claim to have switched directly from a relegated side to a Champions League winner?

    "I was in the starting XI in the return leg of the Champions League semi-final against Barcelona, ​​which will go down in club history.

    "And because of my two goals to defeat everlasting rival Manchester United, they still often call me a legend.

    "Apart from the fact that I would like to play more, I'm happy in Liverpool. I have a certain status in the team because I am one of the more experienced players. I think I'm one of the leaders."

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