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With Wolves reportedly interested in signing Divock Origi from Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp should consider cashing in on the Belgian forward, after his less than impressive performances so far this season.
Which is the word?
According to AthleticEl Viejo Oro has a long-standing interest in the former Lille forward and will consider a move for him in January as they look for a replacement for Raúl Jiménez, with the Mexican currently recovering from the skull fracture he suffered against Arsenal.
It also suggests that the Merseyside club is willing to listen to offers for the 25-year-old, suggesting he is likely to retire next month.
Not good enough for Klopp
Unfortunately for Origi, since his heroics in the Champions League in the 2019/20 season, he has never been able to establish himself as a first-team regular at Liverpool.
This season, in particular, has seen him fight for playing time, as the arrival of Diogo Jota has meant that he was no longer the first-choice substitute for every time any of the three forwards is injured or rests.
Should Origi be sold?
The forward has done just seven appearances in all competitions this season, with his only goal in a League Cup win against Lincoln City.
his disappointing performances in the two games against FC Midtjylland, in particular, he may have emphasized that in current form the 25-year-old is simply not good enough for Klopp’s first team.
Has also done fair two alternate appearances in the Premier League, suggesting that Klopp no longer has faith in the Belgian international being an impact player on his side.
After Origi impressed in a 5-2 win against Everton at Anfield in 2019, Phil Neville praised the forward, saying:
“He has a taste for great games. He has made great contributions to the great games. “
While he will always be remembered for those two goals against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final, as well as his goal of sealing the trophy in the final against Spurs, his performances this season have been far from good enough. and Klopp should charge. at £ 14.4 million classified man in January if the wolves, or any other side, come to call.
And, in other news … LFC liability has run out of opportunities with Klopp, should be sold in the summer.