Liverpool retain interest for in-demand Championship attacker

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That price is reportedly attracting a trio of Premier League clubs, with The Times reporting Liverpool are considering a move for the left-footed star, while the Telegraph report of Everton and Leicester's interest.

Furthermore, now according to reports, the Reds now have turned their attention towards a backup attacker for the squad, which now have led them to Stoke's Xherdan Shaqiri.

"No player will leave the club that is contractually with the club unless the club feel it is a good deal and the right deal for them", said Rowett.

"The Premier League is the best league in the world in my view and he should stay there".

"How could I possibly say this is a hit?"

Spurs have qualified for the Champions League after finishing third past year and Pochettino wants to push them to the next level with Shaqiri seemingly identified as a target. Shaqiri, also known as "Alpine Messi" will be a bargain buy in such an inflated market who is going to increase the depth significantly.

It is believed that the player has a relegation release clause in his Stoke contract.

Liverpool were interested in a move for Shaqiri back in the summer of 2014, with the player claiming Bayern Munich blocked the potential transfer.

The 26-year old, once one of Europe's most exciting young talents, finished with 8 league goals in 2017-2018 as Stoke went down after 10 consecutive EPL seasons.

It is unlikely any deal will be completed before the World Cup.

Shaqiri's future, though, may not be sorted out imminently as he is heading to the World Cup in Russian Federation next week.

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