Divock Origi’s potential move away from AC Milan to Burnley does not look set to materialise as another possible move falls at the wayside, a report claims.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Milan News), there is very little chance that the deal is going to be resurrected despite the fact that Burnley coach Vincent Kompany called Origi to discuss the move.
The initial approach from Burnley where they requested information about a possible deal has not been followed up and it seems that the interest has cooled.
Origi is not a part of Stefano Pioli’s project at Milan and if Mehdi Taremi arrives at Porto, there is even less space for him in the team.
If he is not able to secure a move before the transfer deadline on Friday, he could be set for at least half of the season in the reserves or on the bench.