Just days after Divock Origi scored the late winner for Liverpool in the derby clash against Everton, Spanish newspaper AS reported it was time for the striker to succeed ‘elsewhere’ following his limited playing time under Jurgen Klopp’s guidance.
The 23-year-old’s current deal with the Merseyside club will expire at the end of the season and despite making only one appearance in the Premier League, he is attracting interest from other clubs.
DH in Belgium now claims ‘interest isreal’ in the player as Wolverhampton Wanderers and Fulham, along with Galatasaray and Schalke have ‘come forward’.
It’s explained the former Lille man has no plans of leaving the Reds in the winter market as he believes the German coach’s rotation policy could benefit him.
The report claims Dominic Solanke’s move to Bournemouth and Daniel Sturridge’s injury history could see Origi get chances because after Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah, the options are limited for the Anfield outfit.
DH does not take Xherdan Shaqiri into account, but they still go on to explain that Origi wants to wait until the summer before taking a decision on his future.