According to a report from a British newspaper the Daily Mail, Liverpool could sell Swiss forward Xherdan Shaqiri this summer transfer window, with Jurgen Klopp thought to be interested in freshening up his options.

The Switzerland international Shaqiri joined the Reds from Stoke City the previous summer, in a deal believed to be worth £13m, according to BBC Sport, but Xherdan has failed to impress at the Reds, racking up just six goals and five assists in 30 matches in all competitions.

To be fair to Xherdan, however, he has not really been handed many chances to impress at the club, playing second fiddle to Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.

And now the Daily Mail states that the 27-year-old technically gifted player could be let go by Liverpool this summer.

It does not mention how much the Reds will expect for the attacker’s signature, but with four seasons remaining on his current contract at Anfield, they will likely call for a fairly substantial sum.

Shaqiri is talented forward, however, and it might just be in Jurgen’s best interest to retain his services for at least another season, just to see whether Shaqiri comes good at Liverpool.

In other news, Roberto Firmino is a transfer target for Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, according to reports.

The Brazilian striker has become an important part of Jurgen Klopp’s side at Liverpool since his arrival at the club, scoring 66 goals in 191 matches.

And the Parisians are now reportedly interested in bringing the 27-year-old star to the Parc des Princes now that the transfer market has reopened.