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Report: Wolves cool interest in Divock Origi after Patrick Cutrone recall

Liverpool have one of the strongest attacking lines in world football. The Reds have seen their attacking trident terrify defences in the past few years. Some have had to play a supporting role as a result and one man in particular has been almost frozen out, leading to rumours of a move away. According to The Mirror, Wolves have cooled their interest in Divock Origi.

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Divock Origi Liverpool legend

Divock Origi has made me make noises I didn’t know I could make.

The Belgian has given me some of the best moments of my adulthood.

He has scored some outrageously important goals for Liverpool in recent years.

The 25-year-old netted the winner in the Merseyside Derby, he bagged a brace against Barcelona.

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He scored the clincher in the Champions League final.

In between these moments of magic he has been completely anonymous and it has been so frustrating to watch.

Wolves cool interest in Divock Origi

There have been a number of clubs linked with a move for the Reds’ 25-year-old super sub.

One such club was Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Premier League side were thought to be in the mix given the injury to Raul Jimenez.

In an update from The Mirror, Wolves have reportedly cooled interest in Divock Origi.

The update comes after Patrick Cutrone was recalled from his loan spell at Fiorentina in order to lead the line.

What RTK has to say

Wolves were never going to sign Divock Origi were they.

It would’ve been a good move for all involved but it never looked overly likely.

They’ve spent a lot of money recently and we wouldn’t be interested in lowering our asking price.

Hopefully the Belgian finds a new club soon, he needs to kick on and establish himself somewhere. As much as it’d hurt to see him go, he’s a club legend after all, we want him to show what he can do on a regular basis. He can’t do that at Liverpool.

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