Divock Origi started twice for Liverpool this season and these two appearances came in the Reds’ EFL Cup win over Lincoln City in September and in his side’s 2-0 Champions League victory over FC Midtjylland on Tuesday.
Apart from this, the striker has one more appearance to his name, which came against Arsenal in the EFL Cup.
The Belgium international is yet to feature in the Premier League and has now dropped further down the pecking order following Diogo Jota’s arrival from Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer.
According to Voetbal 24, the striker is now the fifth choice attacker for Jürgen Klopp and it could be a serious problem for him to make it to next summer’s European championship with the national team.
Roberto Martínez didn’t include the Liverpool player in his squad for September’s international break. Origi was left on the bench for Belgium’s two UEFA Nations League matches in October.
Due to a lack of opportunities at Anfield, it’s ‘quite possible’ for the 25-year-old to look for another club in January and the report suggests he ‘could opt for a loan’ move.
Origi was linked to Club Brugge in the last window, but a deal never took shape. The outlet now suggests he could join the Jupiler Pro League side in the winter market.
Voetbal Nieuws states Origi is ‘completely sidelined’ at Liverpool and Club Brugge may have an ‘excellent chance’ to make an effort in signing the striker in January.
A move to the Belgian side will help him feature regularly and also improve his chances of making it to the next summer’s Euros with Belgium.