Liverpool’s forgotten man, Xherdan Shaqiri, provided a timely reminder of his qualities during the midweek Carabao Cup win over Lincoln.

Shaqiri He made the most of his first start since December, playing the opening match for the Reds during Thursday’s 7-2 win that led to a fourth-round match. Arsenal.

Jürgen Klopp was overwhelmed by his praise of the Swiss international after the victory, describing his performance as “super”.

The 28-year-old appears to have gotten a lifeline at Anfield after it appeared he was on his way out of the club this summer.

Shaqiri made only three starts Liverpool Last season, after he was increasingly marginalized due to Mohamed Salah’s electrical outfit over the past two seasons.

Sheridan Shaqiri opened the scoring for Liverpool in their debut since December

His final debut was in the Club World Cup semi-finals at the end of last year, and he made only 11 games last season.

But he definitely took his chance to impress him when he faced off against a team of first-division Lincoln players on Thursday.

Nine minutes into the match, Shaqiri fired a neat free kick bypassing goalkeeper Alex Palmer, hitting it directly under the bar.

He showed he was still a good choice, either on the right flank or as an attacking midfielder – having played against Lincoln.

Shaqiri has three years left on his Reds contract

Double-goal champion Takumi Minamino and new signing Diogo Gota also impressed at Sencil Bank, while Divock Origi also scored in the goal scoring record as Liverpool showed they had the attacking strength in the rear to start the trophy hunt on multiple fronts this season.

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But despite the abundance of attacking options available to the Reds, there are no plans to sell Shaqiri, according to him Goal.

The post says the situation may change if a suitable offer comes with Transfer Market It is estimated to be worth £ 14 million.

Liverpool will likely want more to lure them into selling, as that number was tarnished by their lack of movement last season.

Certainly, Klopp has indicated that Shaqiri’s future at Anfield appears “promising” – although the manager appeared to have left the door open to the possibility of a transfer.

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Young Ki-Jana Hoever is set to head to Wolves for a £ 10m deal, while Gini Wijnaldum continues to be linked with Barcelona. There is a lot to follow.

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“It was a great game from Shaq in a completely unfamiliar location, I’m not sure – a little deeper in midfield,” Klopp said after Thursday’s game. “He did it really well.

“There is no doubt about the quality of Shaq. It never happened, and at the moment everything looks really good, it looks promising. We’ll see.”