Jurgen Klopp has announced Xherdan Shaqiri will be ruled out of Sunday’s clash against Everton.
In a report from the Guardian (relayed via @LFCTransferRoom), the manager has revealed the Switzerland international will not be available for selection due to injury.
Shaqiri has reportedly been training in small doses, but not as much as the rest of the team. He is the only player ruled out of the Merseyside derby.
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Many fans are speculating over what this means for the winger’s future with the Reds. He has been limited to just six Premier League appearances this season, and ten across all competitions. Shaqiri’s last match in the league was a brief one-minute cameo against Spurs in January (via Transfermarkt).
The 28-year-old signed for Liverpool in 2018 but it looks likely that he will be moved on soon due to the fact Klopp is not utilising him in the team. Lots of Kopites are in agreement, with one tweeting ‘He’s gone in the summer’.
He’s gone in the summer, will always be remembered for the brace against United
— BobbyFirmino9 (@BobbyFirmino95) June 20, 2020
Bro 3 months. 3 months and he still can’t recover? What is up with him
— Ashvin (@El_Pistoleroooo) June 20, 2020
What is really going on with him
— WanSchmit (@SchmitWan) June 20, 2020
— email@example.com (@samuelthangte22) June 20, 2020
You guys know pls that he is ok and fit just not involved because of problems with Klopp
— Mony (@Mony48410017) June 20, 2020
Be interesting to see if jones makes the bench
— ㅤMoin (@M0INN) June 19, 2020
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