English Premier League leaders Liverpool have given a reply to Wolves that they will not be able to have their wish of securing the signature of Divock Origi in this winter transfer window.
Wolves have longed been interested in the Liverpool forward as they set to strengthen their attack force in order to make a push through the second half of the season.
It was earlier believed that Divock Origi is unhappy at the club for his lack of playing time as he has only been relegated to bench roles behind Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane in the club.
Divock Origi’s only meaningful impact this season was when he came in from the bench to help manager Jurgen Klopp win the Merseyside derby game against Everton in the last minutes.
Opinion are that Divock Origi is still a major member of the team who is needed and will not be allowed to move away from a decision that will no doubt hurt Wolves who have tabled their interest for him already.
With Liverpool already doing away with Dominic Solanke, it will be impossible for them to do away with Divock Origi again as they will be lacking in options for the attack.