Report: Liverpool ready to cash in on striker, Wolves are long-term admirers
Goal reporter Neil Jones has claimed that Liverpool are ready to cash in on Divock Origi – and a new Premier League manager could go in for him. Wolves are said to be long-term admirers of the Belgian striker. It is unclear if that opinion is shared by Bruno Lage, but a move for Origi is a possibility.
Origi, 26, will always remain a Liverpool legend for his brace against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final – as the Reds came from 3-0 down to win 4-3 on aggregate. He also scored in the final against Tottenham. But last season, he managed just nine league outings.
The report from Jones now claims that Liverpool are ready to cash in on Origi. Signed for £10million (Guardian), it is unclear what kind of figure Liverpool want for Origi – he is now in the final 12 months of his contract. The report says Wolves are long-term admirers.
Wolves need a striker and Liverpool man Origi is ideal
Willian Jose returns to Real Sociedad after a disappointing loan spell. He joined with plenty of hype but ultimately, he was poor. Fabio Silva improved throughout the season but is still young and could probably benefit from a loan. Raul Jimenez is still recovering.
Origi is the perfect signing. Big calibre, plenty of reputation but also a player that is still young and probably available for a cheap-ish figure. Liverpool star Origi has the ability, when given game time, to rival the likes of Wolves ace Jimenez. The ex-Lille man is the ideal additionf for Wolves.
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