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Liverpool: Divock Origi ready to sign on the dotted line in Milan

Liverpool: Divock Origi ready to sign on the dotted line in Milan -Liverpool News

Liverpool forward Divock Origi’s summer move from Anfield to AC Milan is now ‘virtually done’, according to comments made by journalist Rudy Galletti.

The Lowdown: Origi’s exit expected

The Belgian has been a hugely popular player during his time at the club, arguably becoming a Reds legend after scoring iconic goals against the likes of Barcelona, Tottenham and Everton, to name just a few.

Origi has been constantly linked with a move to Milan in recent months, with the 27-year-old way down the attacking pecking order and making just five substitute appearances in the Premier League this season.

Now, it looks as though the Belgium international’s move is finally ready to go through.

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The Latest: Move ‘virtually done’

Speaking to [via Sport Witness], Galletti claimed that it is only a matter of time before Origi signs on the dotted line at the San Siro:

“Unless there are incredible twists, Origi will be a Milan player. I have it as virtually done. I have no particular doubts about it.”

The Verdict: Makes perfect sense

It makes complete sense for Origi to head elsewhere, with the Liverpool man still in the peak years of his career and deserving of being a regular rather than a bench-warmer.

At Anfield, it is impossible to see how he will jump in front of the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Luis Diaz, Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino, with the quintet all far superior options.

When Origi’s move does officially go through, which feels like a formality now, he will deservedly receive an emotional farewell, given what he has achieved at Liverpool.

In other news, a journalist has made a Liverpool contract claim. Read more here.

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