Liverpool winger target 'tired' amidst transfer speculation

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Brek Shea is finding it difficult to continue to play his best, according to Dallas coach Schellas Hyndman, with the winger the subject of a great deal of transfer talk throughout England.

At just 21-years-old, Shea has impressed for both club and country, and the USA international is now attracting attention from numerous clubs around Europe.

Liverpool were said to be front runners in the race to sign Shea, while Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal had also been keeping tabs on the starlet.


And now Hyndman says that as a result of a demanding international fixture, on top of the Liverpool transfer rumours, the winger may be rested for this weekend’s fixture.

“We’ll have to wait and see how he is for the starting lineup,” Hyndman said.

“I still see a tired player. I think we’ve all seen his performance here be stagnant.”

Liverpool are reportedly set to make a move in January for Shea, after sending scouts to watch the youngster in action in the USA.

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