On Wednesday, Calciomercato reported Sheffield United have come forward to sign Divock Origi. It was also stated he wants a move to the Premier League after a disappointing debut season at AC Milan.

The Serie A side want to offload the striker and today’s Gazzetta dello Sport state the former Liverpool man would favour a move back to England.

It’s claimed Sheffield United are ‘interested on paper’ but haven’t contacted the Rossoneri officials yet for the 28-year-old.

The Belgium international has already rejected an offer from Saudi Arabia. Since then, Milan haven’t received any proposals for him and Stefano Pioli’s side would hope to work with Origi’s agent to find a solution for him.

Over at Corriere dello Sport, they also state the frontman would welcome a move back to England, where he won the Premier League and the Champions League with Liverpool.

The newspaper mentions Sheffield United’s interest and also that they made an offer to sign him.

Corriere doesn’t explain the details of the Blades’ offer or the formula they want to secure his services.

However, they do state the formula proposed by Paul Heckingbottom’s side didn’t end up convincing Milan.