Burnley have come forward to sign AC Milan’s Divock Origi, according to multiple claims.

Het Belang van Limburg state the Clarets have a ‘concrete interest’ in signing the striker on a permanent deal even though they are still chasing KRC Genk star Mike Trésor.

Burnley’s interest in Origi is also discussed by journalist Sacha Tavolieri, who states they are expected to make an offer for him in the coming days.

He adds Torino are showing concrete interest in the 28-year-old and their initial offer of a loan with an option to buy was rejected by the Rossoneri. Udinese have identified the Belgium international as a target to replace Beto.

Over at, they state Origi has the possibility to continue in Italy or move back to England. Torino and Udinese are named as the potential destinations in Serie A.

He spent eight years at Liverpool, where he won the Champions League and the Premier League with the Reds.

The report says the Belgian has an opportunity to return to England, where attention has to be paid to Sheffield United and ‘above all Burnley’.

Origi arrived at the San Siro as a free agent last summer and had a disappointing debut season, which is why Milan want to get rid of him.

The report states the frontman’s €4m net per year salary is deemed high and this is the ‘biggest obstacle’.