English Premier League leaders Liverpool are keen on keeping Divock Origi at the Anfield but there are indications that they will fail in their attempt to achieve that.
Divock Origi has gone down the pecking order in the manager Jurgen Klopp team and has been relegated to the bench which is the reason why he seeks to leave the club for playing time elsewhere.
The Reds have entered a critical part of the season which cannot be risked and that is why they seek for more options and backup in the team as they set their eyes on winning the English League title after many years.
A football journalist Tim Nash has therefore revealed that Wolverhampton Wanderers coach Nuno Espirito Santo is desperate to land Divock Origi before the end of this winter window.
It is reported that Wolves have already had contact with Divock Origi and an agreement of personal wages have been reached between both parties with the club being the only barrier.
Nuno Espirito Santo is understood to have high regard for Divock Origi after seeing him deliver a crucial win for Liverpool in their Merseyside Derby against Everton.
However, Wolves will make the last attempt in coming hours or will have to return for Divock Origi in the coming summer window.