Liverpool winger Xherdan Shaqiri has suggested he might leave the club if he doesn’t get more minutes.
The former Stoke City man has admitted that he is disappointed while hinting at a potential move away from Anfield. Shaqiri joined Liverpool from City last summer for a reported fee of £13m and has become a fringe player in recent months. Speaking to Langenthaler Tagblatt, the Swiss international expressed his discontent at his situation at the club.
“I am disappointed that I am no longer getting to play in matches. No player is happy to sit on the bench,” Shaqiri said.
“It is clear that I would like to have more playing time. I need to take a good look at the situation and find a solution. [Monaco and Galatasaray?] I have no idea where those stories have come from. I don’t know anything about offers from those clubs.”
The 27-year-old featured in 30 games for the Reds last season, managing six goals and five assists throughout the campaign.