Lyon 'want to sell Xherdan Shaqiri' just FOUR MONTHS after signing him

Lyon ‘want to shift £300,000-a-month flop Xherdan Shaqiri to ease their financial woes’ – just FOUR MONTHS after his £9.5m move from Liverpool

  • Lyon signed winger Xherdan Shaqiri from Liverpool in August, four months ago 
  • But OL already want to sell the 30-year-old star, according to reports in France
  • The Swiss international signed a bumper three-year deal on £300,000-a-month

Lyon want to sell Xherdan Shaqiri just four months after signing him from Liverpool, according to reports in France. 

The French side brought Shaqiri to the club in August, paying the Reds £9.5million for the versatile attacking midfielder’s signature.

And according to L’Equipe, Lyon are keen to move the Swiss on after just 13 games in their colours.

Lyon are reportedly willing to sell Xherdan Shaqiri (above) just four months after signing him

The Swiss international signed a bumper three-year deal on a reported £300,000-a-month

Jurgen Klopp’s side signed the diminutive former Bayern Munich and Inter Milan star from Stoke in 2018 and he quickly became a useful squad player, frequently coming off the bench and having an impact.

The 30-year-old left Anfield with a record of eight goals in 63 appearances in all competitions, having won a Premier League, Champions League, Super Cup and Club World Cup title.

However in just over a dozen games for his new club, which have only brought one goal, Lyon have reportedly decided they are willing to let him go.

But OL boss Peter Bosz (right) is said to want to move him on after just 13 games for the club

The 98-cap international signed a bumper three-year contract to 2024 worth a reported £300,000-a-month.

Given the club’s financial issues, moving him on could be a prudent move for Peter Bosz’ side.

After finishing fourth in Ligue 1 last season, struggling Lyon currently lie 13th in the league table, closer to second-bottom Lorient in 19th than Montpellier in fifth, the final European qualifying spot.




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