Liverpool’s front line is one of the deadliest in the world – it was made even deadlier with a key addition this summer. The high standards that the attacking lineup sets makes it difficult for backup players to break into the side. This has left some players frozen out, according to Belgian outlet Voetbal 24, Divock Origi could return to Belgium in search of a Euros call up.
Divock Origi at Liverpool
The Reds signed Divock Origi what feels like an age ago.
The Belgian signed from Lille in 2014 for £10m. He was immediately loaned back to the French club.
Divvy found it hard to break into the first team and was sent out on loan to Wolfsburg in 2017.
The forward’s career at Anfield seemed to be finished upon his return but he managed to establish himself as a cult hero with massive goals in massive games.
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Origi netted a memorable winner in the Merseyside Derby, a brace against Barcelona and the clincher in the Champions League final – forever etching himself into club folklore.
Divock Origi could return to Belgium
According to Voetbal 24 Divock Origi could return to Belgium in January.
The forward has failed to establish himself in Jürgen Klopp’s side and has been pushed further down the pecking order by the arrivals of Diogo Jota and Takumi Minamino.
Voetbal 24 claim that Origi could head to Club Brugge, be it on loan or permanently, in order to stake a claim for a place in the Belgium side for the Euros in the summer.
What RTK has to say
Divvy can do whatever he likes to be honest.
If he wants to stay and come on for the final 10 minutes every now and then, scoring vital goals whenever we need them, that’s fine by me.
If he wants to get off in order to play himself into the Belgium squad for the summer, go for it mate.
He will always hold a special place in our hearts and we will undoubtedly be telling our kids where we were when he scored this goal and that goal. Just do whatever makes you happy Div.