Xherdan Shaqiri looking forward to impressing for Liverpool next season

Switzerland international Xherdan Shaqiri has said that he is looking forward to the forthcoming campaign. The attacker experienced a difficult 2019/2020 season with the Merseyside outfit and he made only 11 appearances across all competitions. He spent much of the second half of the campaign on the sidelines with a calf injury and managed only eight minutes of playing time in the Premier League.

Owing to this, there has been the speculation that he could head for the exit door, but Shaqiri appears determined to prove his worth to the Merseyside outfit next term, he told the club’s official website: “Always if you are injured or if you are not playing, you're frustrated. But I'm looking forward to this season and trying to help the team all the time, so I have the chance to play like the first season. As a team, I just want us to achieve a lot of things. I think we have a lot of good players in our team, everyone can play and we try to make it very difficult for the coach as always.

Liverpool May Regret Not Signing Another Forward, Says Souness

Former Liverpool defender Graeme Souness has said the Liverpool may regret on not adding another striker as a backup to the team. Reds have the best forward line up with them as the trio Mohamed Salah, Robert Firmino and Sadio Mane have been the main contributors in the winning streak of the club. The three along with each other has scored 50 goals and 28 assists in the current season of Premier League.

Klopp Said Henderson Will Be Present To Lift the Cup Despite The Injury

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said that Jordan Henderson will be a role model to the future captains of the club. Even though he had suffered an injury,he will be present to lift the Premier League. Henderson will be missing out the rest of the current season as he had suffered an injury in the match against Brighton on Wednesday.

Fjortoft confident Liverpool need to sign Timo Werner

Former footballer Jan AageFjortoft has said that Liverpool should give their best to sign RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner in this summer transfer window. Even though the striker has been linked with a move to Liverpool it is uncertain as there are many other big clubs who have shown interest towards him.

Pedro Chirivella about to leave Liverpool after extended stay

Pedro Chirivella will be leaving Liverpool after seven years of his stay at the club. Nantes have signed the player which have been confirmed by them. He with the French club have signed the contract for three years and will be wearing No.5 jersey. As his contract with Liverpool has expired, he will be moving to Nantes on a free transfer. As per the reports of Goal, he was offered a five-year extension at Anfield but he declined, as he wanted to play on the first team.