Divock Origi’s Proposed Move To Borussia Dortmund Collapsed.
Divock Origi was believed to be heading to Borussia Dortmund this summer as reports claimed that the German side are in talks with the Reds for his signature.
However, the Belgian might remain at Anfield for the rest of this season as the latest report via Goal suggest that the Dortmund’s loan bid has been rejected by Liverpool, who are looking to sell him on a permanent deal.
The renounce football site revealed that the Reds are looking at the prospect of releasing the player to the Westfalenstadion stadium outfits for £27m this summer but Dortmund are not too desperate to complete a permanent move to for the 23-year-old striker.
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The Belgian reportedly rejected a huge-money offer from Premier League newbies Wolverhampton Wanderers in August but that might come to haunt him as he lacks new suitors.
The European transfer market is set to close down in seven days time, therefore, the striker must be forced to move out of the Merseyside club should he desire to be involved in many matches during this season.
The same report further claims that Jurgen Klopp will be very happy to keep the player beyond this summer so as to serve as back up to his strikers in case of any injuries or suspensions.
Origi spent last season on loan at Wolfsburg but the Reds are hoping to end ties with him this summer as there are so many strikers in Jurgen Klopp’s disposal.