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Shaqiri open to Liverpool, Juve offers

Xherdan Shaqiri says he is happy at Bayern Munich but would be open to offers if the likes of Liverpool, Napoli or Juventus made a bid.

Xherdan Shaqiri has been linked with a number of top clubs.
Xherdan Shaqiri has been linked with a number of top clubs.

Switzerland international Shaqiri, who joined Bayern from Basel in 2012, faces competition from the likes of Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben for first-team football at the Allianz Arena.

It was claimed in January that Liverpool were interested in Shaqiri after losing out on Mohamed Salah to Chelsea, and asked by Goal.com about links with the Reds, Juve, Napoli and Borussia Moenchengladbach, the winger refused to rule out a transfer.

He said: "When you hear these names, of course you have to listen to the offer, but there is nothing concrete. I cannot say anything to this. I am feeling good in Munich but as a player you have to listen, if one of these top clubs is interested.

"I hear the interest from Borussia Moenchengladbach for the first time. You have to ask Gladbach. I cannot say anything."

Shaqiri said the Bundesliga remains his league of choice but could be tempted by England or Italy.

He added: "Bundesliga is the best league for me, but I also like the Premier League and Serie A. In Serie A many teams have developed well with nice players."

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