Two of Switzerland's best players Xherdan Shaqiri and Grant Xhaka could be leaving Liverpool and Arsenal respectively, according to reports. Shaqiri is said to be highly frustrated about his extreme lack of football action at Liverpool under manager Jurgen Klopp and he is said to have evaluated his future and is keen to leave Anfield this summer. Shaqiri's favorite role in the attack is currently occupied by Mohamed Salah and it is a difficult task for him to displace the Egypt international star from the starting eleven unless he is out injured or suspended.

Shaqiri has long been seeking a move away from Liverpool but has since not gotten the sort of offer he would love to agree to. Klopp has often admitted that even though he loves the Switzerland international attacker, it is quite hard for him to give him more game time than he is currently giving him. Currently, some unnamed clubs are said to have approached the winger's camp in a bid to convince him to seal a move away from the Reds this summer, but it is not yet clear whether he has agreed to negotiate with those clubs.

On the other hand, Shaqiri's international teammate, Granit Xhaka, also wants a move away from Arsenal and is reportedly close to joining AS Roma in a few days. Roma's new manager José Mourinho is keen to work with the Swiss midfielder especially after his Euros heroics that saw him help his country to knock out the tournament's favorites France from the competition.

Xhaka has reportedly agreed personal terms with Roma and he could be heading to Italy where he will be continuing his professional career as he also would love to have a closer shot at winning titles - something he believes he can achieve at Roma.