Liverpool have NO plans to sell Divock Origi in the January transfer window – despite making just four starts so far this season… ‘with Newcastle and Italian clubs interested in the striker’
- Liverpool are not looking to sell striker Divock Origi in this transfer window
- Newcastle and several Italian sides are reportedly interested in the striker
- Origi’s contract expires in the summer but there is a clause for an extra year
Liverpool do not plan to sell Divock Origi this transfer window.
His contract expires this summer but there is a clause in his current deal for an extra year which will be triggered if he makes a certain number of appearances.
The 26-year-old has played 10 times in all competitions for Jurgen Klopp’s side so far this season but has only made four starts.
Liverpool do not plan on selling striker Divock Origi this month despite reported interest in him
As reported by the Daily Telegraph, Newcastle are interested in signing Origi amid fears that Callum Wilson could be out for the rest of the season due to injury.
According to Sky Sports, Origi’s representatives have been approached by three Italian clubs regarding a pre-contract agreement this month.
Jurgen Klopp wants to keep Origi this month, with the striker’s contract expiring in the summer
Eddie Howe is reportedly interested in a deal for Origi with Callum Wilson out injured
The report states that Origi’s preference is to remain in England.
Origi joined Liverpool in 2014 and has scored 40 goals in 167 games for the club.