Xherdan Shaqiri is surely to go with his reported release clause triggered by relegation around €15m.
"No player will leave the club that is contractually with the club unless the club feel it is a good deal and the right deal for them", Rowett told reporters.
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Liverpool FC finished in fourth place in the Premier League table to secure their continued participation in the Champions League. It's the best league with the best players, but I do not want to exclude anything. Shaqiri, also known as "Alpine Messi" will be a bargain buy in such an inflated market who is going to increase the depth significantly.
The 26-year-old would bring plenty of experience with him and would have come up against the Liverpool boss - then at Borussia Dortmund - during his time playing for Bayern Munich in Germany.
Shaqiri was hot property that summer despite falling out of favour at Bayern and Liverpool were leading a pack of several clubs in the race for the Swiss international's signature.
Reportedly, some talks regarding the transfer have already been held between the two parties and a transfer could be completed well before the World Cup.
Shaqiri is set to star for Switzerland at the World Cup, having scored 20 goals for his country to-date.