The stocky wide-man has been linked with a transfer in recent weeks, with the Reds and Italian giants Roma thought to be tracking him.
Although a top talent, the 22-year-old has struggled for first-team football since joining Bayern in 2012.
Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben and Thomas Muller have blocked his route into Pep Guardiola’s XI of late, which is s state of affairs that’s likely to worsen with Robert Lewandowski having been snapped up from Borussia Dortmund.
Despite this, the Bavarian giants’ sporting director Matthias Sammer recently came out to say that the youngster will not be sold due to his “future” role at the club.
However, Shaqiri took to Twitter earlier today with a thinly veiled statement:
I live in present… Not in future….;-)
— Xherdan Shaqiri (@XS_11official) July 15, 2014
Liverpool have reportedly contacted Shaqiri’s representatives over the course of the past few weeks, and could push ahead with a £15m-£20m swoop as they plot for life without Luis Suarez.