LIVERPOOL SET TO ACCEPT CUTBACK PRICE OFFER FOR STRIKER
Liverpool are reportedly willing to listen to offer below their initial valuation for Divock Origi.
The Belgian has struggled to replicate his initial commanding performances for the Reds and is behind in the likes of Roberto FIrmino,Danny ings, Daniel Sturridge and Dominic Solanke in the pecking order at Anfield.
The 23-year-old also failed to redeem his Image in a woeful loan spell that saw the striker netting just five times in over 30 appearances for German club VFL Wolfsburg last season
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp is now reported to have lost his patience with the frontman and would be eager to listen to offers amid reported interest from Fernabache and Valencia
The acquisition of Xherdan Shaquiri and Naby Keita has further enhanced the competitiveness of the squad and thus has led to claims of potential exit for the club’s underwhelming players
Lazar Markovic and Danny Ings are widely expected to depart over the coming days while Marko Grugic and Ben Woodburn are poised to complete loan spells away from Merseyside
Furthermore clear outs are expected before the transfer window shuts next month as Klopp seeks to balance the scale due to the club’s exorbitant transfer expenditure this summer