Liverpool fans want incoming transfers. However, the Reds operate on a sell-to-buy budget. This means that, despite a number of sales having already been made, we need to sell a few more players this summer. Liverpool should expect a bid from Wolves for Divock Origi once Rafa Mir completes his move to Sevilla.
Wolves interest in Divock Origi
This summer could well be the end of Divock Origi’s stay at Anfield.
The Belgian striker has earned cult hero status but he has failed to provide effective backup and competition for the front three.
As a result plenty of fans and pundits are expecting the Reds to cash in on the Reds legend and replace him with a higher quality backup striker.
According to The Telegraph, Wolves are interested in a move for Divock Origi.
West Ham and Crystal Palace are also said to be monitoring the striker’s situation.
Rafa Mir set for Sevilla move
The coming days should see Wolves bring in some cash.
According to Marca, Rafa Mir set to complete a move to Sevilla.
The Wolves striker is reportedly due to join the Spanish side in a deal worth around £13.5m.
Wolves in the money
Hopefully this sale should see our Premier League rivals with the cash necessary to act on their interest.
With any luck Wolves will bid for Divock Origi in the coming weeks.
As we pointed out recently, the injury to Pedro Neto furthers the need for Wolves to bring in a striker before the window closes.
Michael Edwards should be on the blower as soon as the Mir cash comes in, offering them a discount on Divock Origi – ‘I’ll do you a deal here, lads. Origi for £25m. Ok, ok, fair enough. £20m it is, I’ll climb down’.