Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in Liverpool forward Divock Origi, according to freelance Wolves journalist Tim Nash.
Nash, who writes for Wolves Bite, has stated that the club are looking for a forward, with Origi being a possible option.
Origi was originally linked with a transfer to Wolves back in the summer of 2018, but the move never occurred.
Considering how good Origi has been for Liverpool in the past 18 months, the club should not even be considering selling the forward.
Without him, the Reds would never have claimed the 2019 UEFA Champions League trophy. Sure, he is not a regular in Jurgen Klopp’s XI, but he is a very handy player.
Anyone that can contribute goals from the bench is someone worth keeping. Perhaps one day Origi will want to depart the club to ultimately play more football. However, for the time being, he is a valuable player for in Klopp’s squad.
Liverpool are preparing to host Manchester United at Anfield in the Premier League this weekend. If Origi plays any part of the game, hopefully he can score a goal.
Freelance sports journalist and Red from Melbourne. Currently an editor at Anfield Watch.