On April 4th, explained West Ham United and Aston Villa are ‘ready to believe’ in AC Milan’s Divock Origi.

It was also stated the Premier League sides would need the ‘right offer’ to take the striker away from the San Siro in the summer.

Fast forward to May and report both West Ham and Aston Villa are chasing the 28-year-old.

The Belgium international joined the Rossoneri after leaving Liverpool as a free agent at the end of last season. He’s managed two goals and an assist from 35 games this season.

Stefano Pioli’s side are set to reshape their attack next season and the former Reds man ‘could already leave’ them just after a year.

Milan chiefs Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara will make an assessment depending on the bids they will receive for him. There are some movements from the Premier League, where Origi is liked by ‘specifically West Ham and Aston Villa’.

It’s said David Moyes’ side and the Villans have ‘asked for information’ about Origi. Apart from the Premier League duo, the frontman also has admirers in Turkey.

Origi has a contract until 2026, worth €4m per season. If Milan were to cash in from his sale, they would make a capital gain since they took him for free.