With so much attacking enterprise to wax poetic about at Liverpool, the Reds propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern are quite frankly spoilt for choice.
Under Jurgen Klopp’s tutelage, the Merseyside giants have developed into one of the most pulsating attacking outfits in England, with a wealth of options available to the German.
Despite the intense competition for places at Anfield, one of those options is happy to stay and fight for his place with the Kop titans.
Belgian forward Divock Origi was recently linked with Italian giants Juventus after seeing playing time limited under the former Borussia Dortmund coach.
Though Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane largely take up the starting berths at the club, the ex-Lille man has insisted he’s fully focused on the club he joined back in 2014.
He and Daniel Sturridge largely alternate as the natural centre-forwards in what is perhaps the most varied frontline in the Premier League.
“I’ve not heard it. It’s a rumour, as there are many. No, I concentrate fully on Liverpool and the Belgium national team,” the 21-year-old told Belgian outlet HLN (sourced from the Daily Mirror).
“I’ve started both matches of the League Cup, and I scored in both games, Liverpool have won almost every game.”
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