- Shaqiri hasn't featured since January due to a muscle issue.
- Overall, he has been restricted to just 10 games this season.
- While the squad were in quarantine, Xherdan was at the final stages of his rehabilitation programme.
- His fitness will be assessed now and if he is fine, he's likely to feature in some of the remaining games.
According to the Evening Standard, Jurgen Klopp hopes Xherdan Shaqiri will return to full fitness after the Reds have resumed training sessions at Melwood.
While the entire squad were in quarantine, Xherdan was at the final stages of a rehabilitation programme. Now that the players have returned to training, their fitness will be thoroughly assessed by the Liverpool medical team.
The Swiss international has been restricted to just 10 appearances this season due to a repeated muscle issue. He has not featured since January, his last game being the 1-0 win over Tottenham where he registered just a brief injury-time cameo.
If Shaqiri gives Liverpool a fitness boost, he is expected to feature in some of the remaining games.
As per the report, Liverpool will listen to permanent transfer offers worth around €30million (£26.9m). However, the coronavirus pandemic could affect those plans and make the Reds stick to what they've got.
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