Wolverhampton Wanderers have discovered Liverpool’s stance in relation to striker Divock Origi.
Origi stance clear
The 25-year-old has rarely featured for the Premier League champions during the current campaign, having made just two appearances as a substitute in the Premier League with seven minutes to his name (Whoscored).
Origi made his name from scoring huge goals in crucial opportunities, scoring in the Champions League Final in 2019 against Tottenham in Madrid as well as winners against Everton and Barcelona.
With Wolves losing star striker Raul Jimenez having suffered a fractured skull, manager Nuno Espirito Santo is allegedly keen to bolster his attacking department.
According to Belgian outlet Het Laatste Nieuws, the Merseysiders’ stance is they are willing to consider any type of offer for his services next month, with huge doubts cast over his future on the back of his social media actions.
Transfer Tavern Verdict
Origi would be a solid signing for Wolves. Not only is he still a relatively young player but he can offer different dimensions with his height and strength.
The Liverpool boss has always spoke very highly of him, previously describing him as “outstanding” and sticking by him over the years.
Time will tell whether Nuno opts to make the move, with Bournemouth’s Josh King also believed to be on their January shortlist.
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