Divock Origi set to be a Serie A player

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Liverpool legend Divock Origi is leaving Liverpool this summer, and it is expected that the striker will join AC Milan at the end of his contract. Divock Origi’s contract is up at the end of this season, and for a while now, the knowledge has been there the 27-year-old will leave Liverpool. A number of different sources are now confirmed. AC Milan is set to finalise a deal to buy out Divock Origi at the deadline when his Liverpool contract ends. Divock Origi is set to move to Serie A when his contract at Liverpool ends this summer, having agreed with personal terms with Milan.

The Guardian is reporting Divock Origi has agreed to terms with Milan and will have his medicals and sign terms after the end of the Liverpool campaign. Liverpool’s Divock Origi has decided on a deal to join Milan after the 2021-22 season. The move comes as he is set to leave Anfield, reportedly after his contract with Anfield has ended. According to The Athletic, the agreement reports Milan is becoming increasingly confident they will become LIVERPOOL idol Divock Origi’s next destination once his contract with LIVERPOOL expires in June. Milan has not signed a warrant, nor has there been a medical scheduled for LIVERPOOL icon Divock Origi.

Widespread reports, from The Athletic to The Guardian, from journalists linked with the club to Italian transfer pages, claim that Divock Origi and Milan this week have managed to finalise their contract negotiations and that the final agreement has been ultimately agreed. Having never established himself as a first-team regular under Jurgen Klopp, Origi is said to be set on leaving Liverpool at the end of his deal this summer. The January arrival of Luis Diaz has only intensified the lack of first-team opportunities afforded to Origi, and his pursuit of more regular football is likely to lead to him swapping Merseyside for Milan at the end of the season. Origi spent the 2017-18 campaign out on loan with Wolfsburg. He scored 22 goals in 107 appearances for Liverpool, and he may be set to make his farewell appearance on Sunday at home to the Wolves.

After two seasons of mediocre returns for Liverpool, Divock Origi was sent on loan to German club Wolfsburg for 2017-18; since then, he has been playing as a backup role at Liverpool, making only two league appearances over the past two campaigns. Divock Origi has been with Liverpool since 2015 and has scored a number of noteworthy goals, including a brace against Barcelona in a famous comeback from the Champions League semifinals at Anfield in 2019 and a winner against Everton a year before. Jurgen Klopp is not expecting any particular favours, focusing instead on making sure that Liverpool gets the job done first. 

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