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Liverpool: Divock Origi backed to stay at Anfield

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Liverpool striker Divock Origi could end up staying at Anfield this summer despite abundant reports suggesting otherwise, according to transfer expert Dean Jones.

The Lowdown: Origi on the move?

The Belgian has become one of the Reds’ great all-time cult heroes, scoring some truly enormous goals which have played a big part in their success under Jurgen Klopp.

Origi has found game-time hard to come by, though, and he has been strongly linked with a summer move to AC Milan once his contract expires. Indeed, Calciomercato had reported that a prospective switch to the San Siro is nearing completion.

However, a fresh claim has emerged hinting at a sensational twist regarding his future.

The Latest: Jones suggests potential Origi twist

Speaking to GiveMeSport, Jones suggested that Origi could instead decide to stay on this summer, believing that the Belgian could be content with life at Liverpool amid the Reds’ pursuit of a quadruple.

The journalist said of the 27-year-old’s links with West Ham:

“To be honest, I don’t really see that that’s a great move for Divock Origi at the moment. He’s been happy, up to this point, with playing this role at Liverpool and it wouldn’t surprise me if that continued to be the case.”

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The Verdict: Stay forever, Divock

Whether or not Liverpool would be willing to give Origi a new contract is an immediate stumbling block, with the club potentially feeling that it is time to move on.

That being said, the vast majority of Reds supporters would surely be delighted to see him remain at Anfield, given his popularity as a player and his uncanny ability to pop up with key contributions.

If Origi is happy to continue in his current squad role, then extending his stay on Merseyside would make perfect sense, although it still feels best for his development that he enjoys a new challenge elsewhere.

In other news, a pundit has dropped a ‘huge’ Liverpool transfer claim. Read more here.

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