Liverpool have achieved great success in the past couple of years. The Reds have conquered the world and they’ve done so playing primarily the same squad week in, week out. This has left some players frozen out on the bench. One man has been getting less game time than most and could be on his way out. Reports in Belgium have claimed Liverpool are open to any type of deal for Divock Origi.
Divock Origi: Anfield hero
When Liverpool signed Divock Origi for £10m in 2014 few could’ve imagined the truly unique career he’d have at the club.
The Belgian has had an absolute rollercoaster of a career on Merseyside.
He was loaned back to Lille when he first signed before he joined Wolfsburg on a temporary move.
His Liverpool spell appeared to be going nowhere when he returned from Germany before he began scoring massive goals in massive games.
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He netted in the Merseyside Derby, in the comeback against Barcelona and in the Champions League final.
He’s a club legend and we’ll never forgive him.
Liverpool open to Divock Origi deal
According to reports from Belgium, Liverpool are open to any type of Origi move in January.
Het Laatste Nieuws have claimed that his time is up at Anfield and his exit could come this winter.
The outlet has said that the Reds are open to loaning him, selling him or using him as a makeweight for an incoming transfer.
What RTK has to say
Liverpool moving Divock Origi on appears to be inevitable.
The Belgian is a club hero but at 25-years-old he needs to be getting regular football somewhere.
He needs to be a regular starter if he’s going to realise his potential.
He also needs regular football to stake his claim for the Euro 2021 squad.
Hopefully we move him on with a buyback clause in case he fulfils his potential.