Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp decided to keep Divock Origi in the club during this winter transfer window amid several offers. Dominic Solanke already left the Merseyside club and joined Bournemouth and there is no time for selling one more striker. Roberto Firmino needs back-up and Belgium international is the best choice in this situation as he started his season excellently and proved his greatness one more time.
West Ham United, Fulham, Wolves, Galatasaray and Besiktas still interested to sign him and there will be a real battle for the footballer. His price could increase and become much more. Divock joined the Reds from Lille in 2014 with a £12m deal. He is a very talented player and can become world-class centre-forward if he continuous improvement.
In this campaign, Origi already made 6 appearances, scored 3 goals and made 2 assists in all competition. This is an impressive result and he can do much more if he gets regular game time. The 23-year-old striker is contracted with the Merseyside club until 2020 and his release clause is around £20m. He was a regular member of the national team and also played in the 2014 Mundial which is already a big achievement for the footballer.