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Divock Origi backed to leave Liverpool in January transfer

Liverpool’s front three is one of the most feared in world football. As a result it is difficult to break into. The trio have been terrifying defences for a few years now, to get in on the act is some feat. As a result some players have found minutes hard to come by. Reports in Belgium have tipped Divock Origi to leave Liverpool in a January transfer.

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Divock Origi Liverpool legend

The Reds signed Divock Origi from Lille for £10m back in 2014.

The forward was immediately loaned back to the French club and had a subsequent loan spell with Wolfsburg in the German Bundesliga.

Since then he’s been a bit part player at Liverpool but he has been elevated to legend status due to his knack for scoring massive goals when we need them.

He’s netted in the Merseyside Derby in iconic fashion, in the Champions League final and twice in the comeback against Barcelona.

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He’ll forever be in our hearts for his crucial goals.

Divock Origi tipped for Liverpool transfer

Sport in Belgium has tipped Divock Origi to leave Liverpool in a January transfer.

The outlet believes that it is ‘high time’ that the 25-year-old moved on due to his lack of game time.

Sport believe that he should ‘look for another team’ due to his ‘very low’ numbers in terms of minutes and starts.

He has managed just one minute in the Premier League this term and was extremely disappointing against Atalanta on Wednesday night.

The paper states that if he wants a spot in his country’s squad for the Euros he will need to move on from Liverpool.

What RTK has to say

We sadly have to agree with this one.

The Belgian a club hero but for the sake of his own career he has to move on.

He is just 25-years-old, he has plenty of time left to be a starting striker somewhere, somewhere where he can find his feet better.

This week showed that he just doesn’t have what it takes to lead the line for Liverpool, it’s best for all involved if we just part ways at this point.

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