Liverpool striker Divock Origi seems to be Liverpool’s hottest commodity in the market this week as he has gotten three suitors in the space of two days.
We reported here yesterday that the Belgian forward is being tracked by Watford, who want him on a season-long loan this summer.
According to reports emanating from the Reds camp, Turkish giants Fenerbahce and Besiktas have joined the Hornets in the race to sign the £26m-rated striker.
However, the report revealed that Besiktas want him on a season-long loan, just like the Hornets, who are not set to get him on permanent basis.
The young striker spent last season on loan at Bundesliga side Wolfsburg, where he scored seven goals in all competitions, though injury abruptly ended his great season.
According to reports from Turkey, Fenerbahce and Besiktas are looking to add more firepower to their respective frontline but they are not willing to sign him permanently.
Having spent much on improving their attacking prowess this summer, the Reds are ready to partway with Origi so as to regenerate some of the cash they’ve spent so far.
Origi was in action against Manchester United In their pre-season friendly on Saturday as he helped the team to a 4-1 win over Mourinho’s men, but he has no future at Anfield except he would prefer sitting on the substitute bench for most of extending season.