Liverpool will be looking to go one better in the Champions League and challenge for the Premier League title next season after dropping off the pace domestically.
The Reds look primed and ready for the new Premier League season as they thrashed rivals Manchester United in the International Champions Cup yesterday. Although, it looks as if Jurgen Klopp still has some transfer business to complete, as according to talkSPORT, Watford are weighing up a move for Divock Origi.
Jurgen Klopp has planned a summer clearout to raise a large amount of funds having splashed the cash on a number of players this summer.
Watford are considering a move for out of favour Liverpool striker Divock Origi.
However, the Hornets only want to take the Belgian on a season-long loan rather than paying Liverpool’s £26 million asking price for a permanent deal.
So, it remains to be seen as to whether the Merseyside club will accept Watford proposal to take him on loan.
Jurgen Klopp latest transfer plan is to raise funds by offloading players that are currently at the club.
And, it’s fair to say that this has gone rather well so far with Liverpool having interest in forward Divock Origi from fellow Premier League side Watford. Although, with the Hornets unwilling to pay the Reds’ asking price, it remains to be seen as to whether Klopp will allow the striker to leave on loan.
Indeed, Danny Ings and Simon Mignolet have both reportedly received interest, while Pedro Chirivella is reportedly closing in on a move away from Anfield, so Klopp can probably afford to let Origi go out on loan as he looks like raising money from the sale of others.