Divock Origi is 'more than tempted' to sign for Serie A giants AC Milan

Divock Origi is 'more than tempted' to sign for Serie A giants AC Milan

Fabrizio Romano has given an update on Divock Origi and AC Milan as talks advance over a potential deal this summer.

It looks like Origi's Liverpool career is going to come to an end this season. With his contract set to expire in the summer, clubs have been contacting the Belgian trying to convince him to sign for them.

One club that has been heavily linked with Divock over the past week is AC Milan. The Italian giants are looking for a striker to help the ageing Olivier Giroud up top.

Transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano has now claimed that Origi is 'more than tempted' to sign for the Rossoneri next season.

Romano claims that Origi's representatives and AC Milan are already holding talks to complete a verbal agreement as soon as possible.

The report also states that the Liverpool board knows that there is a huge chance that Origi will leave Anfield as a free agent at the end of the season.

Anfield Watch Verdict

It's a shame to see Origi about to leave Liverpool but he has provided us with some unforgettable moments over the years that will live on in supporters' minds forever.

With the introduction of Luis Diaz to the squad, the Belgian is now behind him, along with Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, Diogo Jota and Takumi Minamino. So a move away from Anfield may be the best option for him.

Origi is still only 26-years-old and if he plays like we know he can then he will dominate the Italian league and have a very successful career that Liverpool fans will be watching closely.

As Jurgen Klopp said last year, Divock Origi will go down as a 'Liverpool legend' when he finally departs the club, so after this season it's time to give him a title.

Hopefully, he gets one more run out before the end of the season so he can get the send-off he deserves by the Anfield faithful.

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