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Klopp ‘ready’ to let highly rated striker leave

Timothy Aiyeku

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Liverpool striker Divock Origi is being linked to a move to Turkish club Galatasaray and there is no suggestions he will be stopped by manager Jurgen Klopp.

Origi became a Reds player in 2014 where he signed from French side Lille in a deal that cost £12m. However, the player could see a move to Galatasaray in the January transfer window as he has made it clear of his intention to have a regular playing time.

There are indications a deal for him to Turkey could be hijacked with reports of interests from other big clubs in Europe.

The Turkish side are favourite as they are willing to invest big on the player to boost their attack.

The German manager will be to let the player leave knowing he has got lots of options for himself at the Merseyside club.

The lack of opportunity for the Belgium player ensured he was loaned out to Wolfsburg where he played 22 games with 6 goals to his name and 2 assists in Bundesliga.

The Belgium striker has been tipped to be one of the greatest strikers of his time and Galatasaray will be a good development for the player who will see a Champions League if a deal falls through.

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Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.