It seems Divock Origi is about to leave Nottingham Forest without having scored a single goal for the club.

According to Belgian outlet DH, the striker is ready to move to the United States, where he’s joining Los Angeles FC.

The report claims the MLS club are signing Origi on a loan with an obligation to buy, with the operation set to cost €5m.

It’s said it’s an ‘almost done deal’ now that they ‘reached an agreement’ with the Tricky Trees.

Origi has been at Nottingham Forest on a loan from AC Milan, and the report doesn’t give any details on how this operation is taking place, as there should actually be three clubs involved.

So either the Tricky Trees are accepting to cut short the player’s spell while they see the Rossoneri negotiate his transfer with Los Angeles Galaxy, or they’re using a buying option to get him permanently and then negotiating with the MLS side.

In any case, Origi appears to be close to leaving Nottingham Forest after 178 minutes played in nine appearances.