Liverpool cult hero Divock Origi could be set for a return to the English top-flight after a year with AC Milan.
The Champions League winner has reportedly attracted the attention of three Premier League clubs, who are eagerly waiting to fight for his signature once he lands in the United Kingdom.
The frontrunners for Origi’s signature are Nottingham Forest, Burnley, and Fulham.
Nottingham Forest and Burnley are said to be leading the race to complete a deal before the 11 pm deadline, with Fulham also showing keen interest in securing the Belgian forward’s services.
At Burnley, Origi would have the opportunity to work with fellow Belgian Vincent Kompany, which could prove enticing.
However, Nottingham Forest may push hard to convince him to move to the Midlands, especially if they lose Brennan Johnson, who is close to agreeing on a £45m switch to Tottenham.
Divock Origi became a cult figure at Liverpool for his knack of scoring important goals.
One of his most memorable contributions was netting the second goal in Liverpool’s 2-0 victory over Tottenham in the 2019 Champions League final.
In his time at Anfield, Origi scored an impressive 45 goals in 175 appearances.
Despite struggling to win a regular place in Jurgen Klopp’s side, the Liverpool manager labeled him a club legend upon his departure.
As Divock Origi prepares for a return to England, Premier League fans eagerly await his decision on which club to join.
With Nottingham Forest, Burnley, and Fulham vying for his signature, the race to secure the services of this Liverpool cult hero promises to be an exciting one.
Origi’s impact at Liverpool and his ability to score crucial goals make him a player of great interest to these Premier League clubs.
This article was updated 4 weeks ago