The future of Divock Origi remains a problem as AC Milan have been working on a transfer ever since the start of the summer. However, no concrete offers have arrived for the striker, a report claims.
Origi is no longer part of the plans of Milan following his disappointing first season at the club, finding the back of the net just two times. However, his exit has not been an easy task for the Rossoneri so far.
According to Daniele Longo, despite being out of Milan’s plan since June, no concrete offers have arrived for the striker this summer. As a result, he could end up staying at the club and remain excluded from the squad lists.
This means that the 28-year-old, along with his entourage, will have to find a new club this summer in order to get playing time this season. Milan are seemingly willing to let him go for a very small compensation and perhaps a club will step forward in the final days of the mercato.