Divock Origi’s farewell seems more and more likely, and a club from Turkey have come forward to express a strong interest in signing him.
Origi has only scored two goals in the league and even though they were both stunners, Calciomercato.com report that the Milan management have the feeling that the striker just hasn’t settled in at the club and that his physical condition is not the best.
As it stands there is a big chance that Origi will play in the Turkish Super Lig next season. Several clubs have enquired, with Fenerbahce appearing to be the one with the most serious intentions.
The Istanbul club will do everything possible to convince the former Liverpool man to accept a move there, and from Milan’s point of view the possible sale – for at least €10m – would generate a pure capital gain.
Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are hunting for a new striker and the more budget they have to sign one the better. Something is also starting to move in the Premier League too regarding Origi, a place that he knows well.
10m sounds great, bye bye.
His salary is also 4 million(I think), so that also opens up some financial space.
What a joke..to think a club would be stupid enough to spend 10 M for him.
Sell him already, we can get scamacca on loan from west ham im sure he will do better than origi atleast he can score more than 10 goals for us