Unconcerned about the potential difficulties he may face on this trip to Belgrade, Shaqiri's club manager Jurgen Klopp has suggested he will gather more information about the controversy prior to Liverpool's fourth game of this year's Champions League.
He could return for Liverpool's Premier League clash against Cardiff at Anfield on Saturday.
Liverpool put in a dominant performance in Wednesday's 4-0 Champions League win against Red Star Belgrade. He's such a tremendous leader, am literally jealous. Klopp tinkered with his preferred 4-3-3 system by moving Salah centrally as the focal point of a 4-2-3-1 and his decision to hand Xherdan Shaqiri a start paid off as the Swiss added some much-needed creativity in midfield. There is no doubt now though that the England man is struggling for a starting place in this Liverpool Squad and with Van Dijk looking like a natural leader, the German coach may have a decision to make. "It was just a good game, a good football game and they could finish the situations because we had the right movements in the right moment".
"I'm not in doubt, he was not in doubt, but if you are constantly asking about it then it is like: "Something obviously is wrong, or people are not happy" or whatever.
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I had this already at the World Cup so I know I can handle this no problem".
UEFA banned Red Star from bringing fans to their next two European away matches, which happened to be against PSG and Liverpool. "I think we knew how to play with each other", mused Salah when asked about his relationship with his fellow forwards. "I'm very proud about that and I hope to keep scoring to help the team win games", said the Egyptian with his trademark smile, speaking to BT Sports following the final whistle.
With Messi out for three weeks and Real Madrid next up at the Camp Nou on Sunday, the question was whether Barca could cope minus their star player and captain. Very aggressive, everything was there. "That was the start, now let's carry on".