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Report: Liverpool star Divock Origi wanted by trio of Premier League clubs

Liverpool still have transfer business to do. The Reds are in need of funds if they want to add any depth to their attacking line. The best way to raise funds is through player sales and we could still a couple more stars out the door before the window closes. According to The Telegraph, Divock Origi is wanted by a trio of Premier League clubs.

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Divock Origi profile

Liverpool signed Divock Origi in 2014 from Lille, paying £10m for the striker.

Since his arrival he’s been on loan at Lille and Wolfsburg.

Whilst on Merseyside he’s failed to nail down a starting berth and has been largely disappointing when he’s been given a chance in the side.

However, he has the remarkable knack for only scoring when we need him to the most.

He’s netted winners against Everton, a brace against Barcelona and the clincher in the European Cup final.

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Despite these enormously important goals it looks as though this summer is the time to say goodbye.

Divock Origi wanted by Premier League clubs

Just what will happen with the Belgian is anybody’s guess.

According to The Telegraph he could be set to stay in England.

The outlet has reported that Divock Origi is wanted by a trio of Premier League clubs.

Wolves, Crystal Palace and West Ham are all credited with interest in the striker as the window enters its final two weeks.

What RTK has to say

When he does go we need to insert a buyback clause and a sell-on clause.

There is a striker in there somewhere, if he realises his potential then we should profit or bring him back.

One of the issues he’s had is not getting enough game time, he’s still just 26-years-old, he has plenty of time to hit his stride.

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