Liverpool striker Divock Origi will be allowed to leave Anfield in the coming days, according to reports.
With Daniel Sturridge returning from injury and Mohamed Salah joining from AS Roma, it would appear as though the Belgian is now surplus to requirements.
Origi only made one substitute appearance in the first five fixtures of the new season and he now looks set to leave for greener pastures.
The striker’s father told La Derniere Heure that his son was on the radar of Tottenham, but also revealed interest from France and Germany.
Meanwhile, The Telegraph claims that Bayer Leverkusen, Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen are all looking at the 22-year-old footballer.
Origi did well to score 12 Premier League goals in his first two years at Anfield considering that he only started 21 fixtures.
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