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Liverpool forward Divock Origi has shown interest in moving to a second Belgian club following his recent ties to Club Brugge, according to a report.
Origi has struggled heavily to claim a regular spot on Jurgen Klopp’s team since moving to Anfield in 2015.
In fact, that’s despite the fact that he was the mastermind behind the Reds’ Champions League win in 2019 with three crucial goals. Additionally, he has come up with several important goals in the Premier League.
However, the 25 year old He has only made seven starts this season, including seven minutes of Premier League action.
Previous reports have suggested that Diogo Jota’s form could lead coach Jurgen Klopp to sanction Origi’s departure.
Speculation claimed that it is “very possible” that the Belgian could leave in January.
But since then, Jota has suffered a knee problem that will rule him out until the end of January.
However, Voetbal24 now he claims Brugge will have to ‘act fast’ if they want to sign Origi. That’s because the forward will ‘threaten’ to move to Royal Antwerp.
Brugge leads the Jupiler League, with Antwerp eight points behind in seventh place. However, if Origi leaves Anfield, she would want to rediscover her scoring touch that could lead Antwerp up the table.
In any case, the report adds that Antwerp has already put plans in place to sign a new striker in January.
Origi has long been behind Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino in Liverpool’s pecking order.
But recently he has also lagged behind Takumi Minamino; Japan international justified another Premier League start on Saturday with a goal within five minutes at Crystal Palace.
Report claims the midfielder offered Prem’s change
Meanwhile, Monday’s reports Euro Paper Talk have claimed that the Wolves have offered Georginio Wijnaldum a contract.
The midfielder is out of contract at Anfield in June and looks likely to leave at this stage.
But while Barcelona has been linked to a raid, recent reports suggest the Lobos are also interested.