Liverpool’s big game super-sub, Divock Origi, sees his contract expire this summer with the likelihood that the Belgian forward will leave Anfield after seven successful years during a period of little playing time for him.
Despite never being a starter for the Reds, there is no doubt Origi will leave Liverpool as a club hero, with the forward instrumental in their 2018/19 Champions League triumph scoring crucial goals against Barcelona semi-finals and a goal in the final against Tottenham Hotspur.
At just 26, it’s a surprise Jurgen Klopp hasn’t pushed harder for Origi to sign a new deal, as he has been a valuable member of his Liverpool squad since taking charge of the club. The striker has been content at being backup at Anfield since the 2014 move, but may have his eyes on a summer move where he is guaranteed more regular starts after winning the Premier League and the Champions League with Liverpool.
If this is the case, AC Milan and Inter Milan could be ideal destinations for the forward, as with Zlatan Ibrahimovic (40) for Milan and Edin Dzeko (35) for Inter, both clubs may look to bring in a younger striker in replacement of these two.
There's always a chance for shining in Ligue 1 too after making a name for himself at Lille.
Most likely routes: somewhere in the top end of Serie A or Ligue 1