MN: Origi to travel to Belgium for treatment from national team doctors – the situation

By Oliver Fisher -

Some rather more serious news has emerged regarding the condition of Divock Origi, who will travel to Belgium to try and cure his current problem.

Origi missed Saturday night’s match against Sampdoria despite the fact he should have taken the field from the first minute as he suffered an issue in the build-up to the game, and it quickly emerged that he is facing a week out at least and will not be available against Napoli.

MilanNews writes that the feeling was Origi had recovered from the injury sustained with Liverpool before the Champions League final and this was proved by the fact he has been training with the group for a month.

However, he occasionally suffers from tendon inflammation or tightness, so it has been decided to send Origi to Belgium where he will carry out specific work and will also be followed by the national team doctors, given that he would be called up anyway for the upcoming break.

The advantage is that these are the same doctors who had started the post-injury recovery process in the spring, while Milan can follow the development of Origi’s program with the presence on site of members of their medical staff during the break. He will stay in Belgium until the work is complete.

Tags AC Milan Divock Origi


    1. LOL. They’re completely different types of players. It’s our management values versatility. Origi can play all across the front line. Belotti only plays in the box. The bigger disappointment is Rebic, who we have had on the books for years, and seems to miss a ton of games through injury. If he were healthy he’d be able to come in for Leao and the issues we’re dealing with wouldn’t be as bad. Fact is, we only have one serviceable winger right now and that’s Leao who is suspended. The rest are injured or poor quality. The braindead decision was not to get a proper RW. That being said, it has more to do with money than brains. Let’s see if Redbird can sort that out now that they’re in control.

    2. Seriously, you Belotti fanboys needs to start touch some grass. Stop acting as if Belotti some kind of genius striker who scored 30 goals every season and bring trophies for Torino. Heck, last season he also injured a lot.

      Also, like Vero down there said that Origi and Belotti are two different strikers with Origi can play more positions than Belotti.

  1. I don’t like saying it, but I said so…..
    Now we going to play with Napoli without Leao and a 36 year old striker that has been playing all games non stop……
    Juve and Inter are a disaster this season….With one or two additional signings we would easily get a second star on that jersey … What a pity.

    1. There’s no such a thing as an easy scudetto.

      Look at Ancelotti. He has super players in his disposal like Sheva, Kaka, Rui Costa, Seedorf, Pirlo, Inzaghi, etc but he only got ONE scudetto in his 8 years coaching Milan.

      1. Don’t speak so disrespectfully to a fellow fan. Also, don’t say something online which you probably wouldn’t say to someone’s face. Period.

        1. I will say what i need to say but i’m not sure WTF are you talking about here.

          Disrespectful? I only said there’s no such thing as easy scudetto with an example of Ancelotti team full of legendary players but he only got one scudetto in 8 years coaching Milan. Tell me what so “disrespectful” from that?

  2. Atleast he will not be able to ruin things for us. That basiclly all he has done. Maybe it forces Pioli to change his tactics a bit. Cdk at top or give Lazetic a chance

    1. He will return after international break if Belgium team doctor is to be believed. They seems confident that Origi can join the national team. Hopefully, they don’t make misdiagnosis like Milan Lab did.

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