Despite playing just 101 minutes of Premier League of football this season, Divock Origi has still managed to score three goals in six appearances for Liverpool.
His latest contribution came in a 30 minute cameo against local rivals Everton, scoring the Reds’ second goal in their 2-0 win.
Sending the Toffees into the relegation zone, the Belgian might have played his final minutes for Liverpool at Anfield, depending on what Jürgen Klopp decides to do going forward, before heading to Milan.
He’s been linked with a move to the Serie A side for quite some time now, and despite many claims a deal was close, nothing has yet been announced or agreed.
That, however, could change, according to Calciomercato.it on Monday, who explain Origi and Milan are ‘getting closer’ and ‘this week will most likely be the right one to find the definitive agreement’, which would take him to San Siro for next season.
It’s added Milan are ‘just waiting to settle the final details of the agreement’ and ‘it should happen during this week’.
In fact, ‘it’s likely that the agreement will be stipulated over the next five years’, but we must wait to find out the ‘official figures’ that the current Liverpool player will earn in Italy.