Liverpool 25-year-old forward made decision about his future amid exit talks

By | August 1, 2020

Liverpool striker Divock Origi reportedly has little intention of leaving Anfield ahead of the next 2020/21 season.

While the versatile forward made pivotal contributions during the Merseyside Reds Champions-League-winning season, the Belgium international has remained as a backup to Jurgen Klopp’s attacking trio.

Origi has made just seven starts and came 26 times from the bench in the English top-tier and Europe League this campaign, founding back of the net three times and providing one assist.

However, despite his bit-part role, Het Laatste Nieuws claims that the 25-year-old is happy with his role at the club and has no desire to depart from Anfield despite limited first-team minutes.

At a time when he still has four years left on his current deal, the report claims that Origi is not actively seeking “an adventure” at another team.

Meanwhile, Liverpool secured the services of Xherdan Shaqiri before the start of last campaign and the Swiss international proved to be a great super sub for Jurgen Klopp’s side in the 2018/19 season when the Red managed to claim the Champions League trophy.

However, the 28-year-old has mostly been injured in the current season and is now rumoured with a move away from Anfield.

According to Fotomac, Fenerbahce are getting on the brink to signing the ex-Bayern Munich attacker from Jurgen Klopp’s die.