Divock Origi Attracting Interest From Other Premier League Clubs

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Divock Origi is being monitored by fellow Premier League clubs, according to Mike McGrath of The Telegraph. The Belgian could be moving on from his spell at Anfield.

Liverpool’s Divock Origi on the Radar of Premier League Clubs

Origi to End His Time at Anfield?

Divock Origi is currently being monitored by Premier League clubs. Wolves, West Ham, and Crystal Palace are reportedly interested in the Belgian.

The 26-year-old was an unused substitute for Liverpool as they beat Norwich City 3-0 on the opening day of the season,

Despite popping up in key moments for Liverpool in recent seasons, Origi has had less of an impact as of late. Last season, the he made 17 appearances, scoring just once, in the Carabao Cup. He has not scored a league goal since July 2020.

However, he has had his moments in the famous red shirt, famously scoring two against Barcelona in Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final win. Additionally, he also scored the Champions League winning goal in 2019 against Tottenham Hotspur.

It is fair to say that the Belgian has certainly engraved his name into the club’s history books. However, it seems as if his days at Anfield are numbered. At this point, it is hard to see anyone ahead of the side’s current attacking trio.

Diogo Jota, Roberto Firminio, and Mohamed Salah were all on target yesterday, as they breezed past newly-promoted Norwich.

Interestingly, the three clubs reportedly linked with Origi could do with his service. West Ham has been linked with many strikers this season, as they look to strengthen ahead of their Europa League adventures.

Wolves will be hoping for a much better campaign, particularly in front of goal as well. Whereas Crystal Palace under a new regime of Patrick Viera, need to pick themselves up after a 3-0 defeat to Chelsea on the opening day.

Nonetheless, it will be interesting to see where Origi’s future lies. Will he remain a Liverpool player? Or will he seek his fortunes and more potential playing time elsewhere?

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