Liverpool sign former Potters forward and Swissman Xherdan Shaqiri this summer following Stoke’s relegation and the player’s wishes to play in the Premier League.
Shaqiri has been a vital element in Jurgen Klopp’s squad, starting all seven Premier League matches for the Merseysiders.
Xherdan Shaqiri is an impressive player and he showed very much of how much he packs under the bonnet in the World Cup in Russia for Switzerland.
The 26-year-old has settled well in his new club, however, there are disturbing shaped up opinions about the forward.
Former teammate Charlie Adams branded the Switzerland international as a “bad boy”, a claim Shaqiri has strongly denied.
“It’s not true what they wrote because I’m a totally different type of [person],” he rebuffed.
“Some ex-football players, or ex-teammates, they spoke to the media and it looks like I am a bad boy or something but I’ve never been a bad boy or had some problems at a club!
“For me, I’m a nice guy who likes to joke, so I think the people who spoke about me were totally wrong.”
He verbally attacked and condemned Charlie Adams saying: “I was one of the only ones who helped the team with goals in difficult games and he was that guy who took the red card in [important] league games (against Everton) and missed a penalty (against Brighton).”