Vitiello: Milan offer €16m deal to Liverpool man – player is ‘very attracted’

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are looking to wrap up an agreement with Liverpool striker Divock Origi soon having earned his approval, a report claims.

The links surrounding Origi have exploded over the past couple of days with a lot of major sources claiming that the Rossoneri are going full steam ahead to try and strike a deal with the Belgian, given that his contract is set to expire at the end of the season meaning he would be available on a free.

According to Antonio Vitiello on YouTube, Milan want to agree a €4m net per season (including bonuses) deal with Origi which would be a four-year contract. That would be €16m net in total, and thanks to the Growth Decree tax relief scheme it would be €24m in gross.

Origi is ‘very attracted’ by the idea of joining Milan, who want to get everything agreed in the next few weeks, and it seems unlikely that the auto-renewal clause that Liverpool have will be triggered.

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  1. How can AC Milan be so cheap they dont want to invest in a striker that can guarante double digits is younger with plenty of room to grow has lower wages is italian and knows the league!

    1. Why are you people so naggy about this transfer? Origi is an excelent striker who has won the champions league and has plenty of important goals under his belt. If experience has taught me anything is that premiere league strikers would do wonders in serie a. Plus he is available on a free which allows the management to invest more money on other positions like the rw.
      How are you people so blind not seeing all of this?

      1. Origi scores 0.2 goals per game. That’s not a striker Milan needs. Belotti scores 0.4 per game. That’s more what we need. Origi won the UCL? Yeah, on the bench watching others play!

    2. To have a striker that will guarantee 20 + goals a season , first you have to have the midfield that will provide service for that striker. Milan doesn’t have creative and technical players outside of Leao (who btw refuses to pass the ball). Look at juventus they spent 75mil on vlahovic but their midfield is still trash and they still have problems scoring. Creative midfielder and a right winger that can send a cross ate bigger needs than a big money striker

  2. Is belloti not a free agent too and also a rossoneri by blood and has the zeal too also know the league Better too so do you mean a origi over belotti will do ?? Pls tell me what I don’t know

  3. Centre-back Botman-25 to 30 million euros
    Defensive Midfielder Kamara free or R.Sanches-15million euros
    Rigth-Winger Noa Lang-20 to 25 million euros
    Striker Scamacca-25 to 30 million euros

    If management is smart we can get this guys for less then 100 million euros total!

    1. Noa Lang is not a right winger . Milan needs a left player, or at least a player that is comfortable using both feet unlike Messias who should have never been a Milan player in the first place.
      Plus most reports that come form Holland and Belgium say that Noa Lang has character issues and is not a great professional

    2. Kamara is going for big money somewhere (salary) so not really worth the gamble, Sanches has many suitors and won’t leave that cheap

  4. Why mention Scamacca for Striker position when he made it clear that he wants to join Inter. We dont need such players no matter how good they are. Origi for me is an excellent deal.

  5. Big gamble this one, but potentially a great deal if he can play and perform regularly. Still stunned in the lack of interest in Belotti but this is a deal I could understand.

    1. It is a no brainer for me. Origi hands down. Just look at other premiere league strikers who came to Italy, they all scored goals.

  6. Sign Belotti as well. We will have a pretty long season next year. Better to avoid injury risks considering how much we suffered from them.

  7. I personally prefer Belotti, but I trust Maldini & co judgement in this, as they already bring more quality players than the flop

  8. Belotti earns more in wages. Add to that the growth decree and you see why Milan went for Origi instead of Belotti.

    Not to mention that Origi is two years younger and has lots of experience playing in the Champions League, which Belotti doesn’t have.

  9. Origi is a striker, excellent I’m not so sure about. he’s won the champions, but as a peripheral player. he’s decent enough, but i’d rather see that money go into a player with a higher ceiling than Origi.

  10. He is versatile ,can cover Winger,second striker and CF . Scored only little goal for Liverpool but some of them are winning goal for liverpool

    1. Yeah. Versatile. We already got “versatile”. Krunic. No need for others like him. Just get Belotti for free and buy a proper RW.

  11. In all honesty and with the past mercatos, I’ve simply learnt to sit back,trust Maldini/Massara and love Milan.. Let’s stop whining over Belloti and give Origi a warm Rossoneri welcome..I was particularly heartbroken when I found out we were gonna sign Olivier Giroud..Well,the rest as we all know is history.

    1. Couldn’t agree more.

      If Maldini and Massara saw something in Origi they don’t see in Bellotti, which then make them going all out to get him, then we should welcome Origi with open arms..

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