Liverpool striker Divock Origi wrote himself in Merseyside folklore in the 2018/19 season, scoring some formidable goals for the Reds en route to their sixth Champions League title.
The Belgian has seen a decline in his role at Anfield since then – and with only seven goals in his last 59 matches for the Premier League champions, his future may be in question.
According to Spain’s Goal Digital website, Newcastle United, Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers have Join the package In the race for the 25-year-old, alongside Real Sociedad.
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As we said at the top of this piece, Origi has written himself in Liverpool folklore and fans will not forget his contribution to the club’s success recently, should he leave.
But we’re in Empire of the Kop we can see the benefit of letting the Belgian leave, given he’s fallen into the offside arrangement in the last year or so.
It would be a wise move for Origi, with Diogo Jota – and possibly Takumi Minamino – now ahead of him in Jurgen Klopp’s plans at Anfield.
It would be a shame to see his back, given his important goals over the years, but our # 27 still has a lot to offer and can make a name for himself elsewhere, instead of wasting off the bench.