Liverpool will surely see some players leave in the next six months. The Reds have a number of stars linked with exits in either January or the summer. One player has been backed to leave in the winter window in order to challenge for a place at Euro 2021. Club Brugge are reportedly interested in Divock Origi but a move seems unlikely after they swooped for Bas Dost.
Origi needs move
The Liverpool front three is surely one of the hardest attacking lines to break into in the world.
The forward trident was somewhat disrupted by the arrival of Diogo Jota this summer.
Jota’s form has served to further the questions being asked of Divock Origi.
The Belgian super sub has failed to impress in his few cameo appearances this term.
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Many believe he has to leave in January if he wants to earn a place in the Belgium squad for Euro 2021 this summer.
Club Brugge interest in Divock Origi
Voetbal 24 recently claimed that Club Brugge hold an interest in Origi.
The outlet stated that the Belgian champions were looking to bring in a forward in the January transfer window and a swoop for the Reds’ striker was on the cards.
Since then the club have agreed to sign Bas Dost from Eintracht Frankfurt.
According to Voetbal 24 this means Club Brugge moving for Divock Origi in the January transfer window is now highly unlikely.
The club were already unlikely to be able to fund the move and this recent arrival has only compounded that issue.
What RTK has to say
Club Brugge swooping for Divock Origi was never really on the cards anyway.
Wolves appears to be a much more likely destination for the striker.
He could do with performing well and performing regularly in a top division.
The midlands side are short of options due to the injury of Raul Jimenez.
A move to Wolves is the best option for all involved.