Thursday, January 17, 2019

Origi staying put

Liverpool have no intention of selling Divock Origi this month, according to James Pearce of Liverpool Echo. Manager Jurgen Klopp believes he will be needing the services of the Belgian striker in the next several months.

Last summer, Liverpool sent Danny Ings Southampton with an obligation to buy, and they’ve recently dispensed with the services of Dominic Solanke, who joined defender Nathaniel Clyne at Bournemouth. Since the turn of the year, Origi has been linked with potential moves to Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Ham United and Fulham, but following the sale of Solanke, Klopp believes he cannot afford to let Origi go.

The German coach has alternated between Roberto Firmino in a 4-3-3 formation and Mohamed Salah in a 4-2-3-1 as the furthest player up the pitch, and he also has Daniel Sturridge at his disposal, but he obviously feels the 23-year-old Origi still has a part to play as Liverpool strive to win their first league title since 1990.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Veselin Trajkovic


Vesko is a football writer that likes to observe the game for what it is, focusing on teams, players and their roles, formations, tactics, rather than stats. He follows the English Premier League closely, Liverpool FC in particular. His articles have been published on four different football blogs.

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