Father – “It’s up to (my son) to fight his way back in Liverpool first team”

One of the most important player who was up the scale in Jurgen Klopp’s pecking order in 2015 is currently battling so hard to meet his coach’s demands.

Divock Origi, who has a special talent and aggressive as he looked when he wore the YNWA shirt still has contract with the reds until the end of 2019-2020 season.

The 23-year-old striker has been working so hard in training to catch the eyes of his manager but it seems unlikely that Sadio Mané who is currently the highest goal scorer in the campaign will not shift his manager’s attention.

Origi’s father Mike Okoth believes his son will fight his way back into the first eleven again after his move away from Anfield proved abortive.

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There was serious interest from Valencia and Borussia Dortmund; after rating the quality of the Belgian, the whole negotiations fell through.

The former Kenya international striker divulged in a report on National Sport on Saturday evening that negotiations to move his son were abortive due to the huge fee demanded by the “Reds”

The Belgian has refused to settle for less as he continues to fight his way back to where he thinks he belongs. So far, it seems Klopp his imminent to testing all his players due to the very close cup matches.

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If need be, he would give room to the Belgian to shine once more.
According to Mike:

“The coach (Klopp) is already happy with what he’s seeing with Divock in training and it’s up to the young man to now fight for a place in the team.”

Perhaps, The Belgian striker may be Klopp’s target after the international break since the other players may be drained

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