AC Milan in advanced talks to agree deal for Liverpool £50,000 a-week forward

By | May 11, 2022

AC Milan have allegedly agreed to snap up Liverpool forward Divock Origi for nothing at the end of the term.


Considering his lack of playing time at Anfield, there has been a certainty about Origi finally leaving the Merseyside giants when his contract runs out in the summer.

At a time when the team’s two centre-forwards have reached a veteran status, I Rossoneri are known to be interesting in bringing in fresher legs in that zone of the pitch ahead of another Scudetto title challenge in the 2022-23 term.

According to Sport Mediaset, discussions were concluded on Monday with Divock agreeing to move to the San Siro outfit on a three-year contract.

The report states that he has agreed to take a pay cut, while there’s also the option of his contract being extended until June 2026.

He has not featured for the Reds since playing 84 minutes during the 2-1 win over Norwich City on March 2.

Elsewhere, Liverpool have supposedly decided to postpone the announcement of Fulham youngster Fabio Carvalho’s arrival while the playmaker is still embroiled in an EFL Championship title fight with his side.

It has been stated that the 19-year-old player has agreed to join Liverpool on a five-year deal, with the Anfield side paying an upfront sum of around £4.2m.