MN: Origi decides to leave Liverpool for Milan – the terms of the imminent agreement

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are expected to tie up their first signing of the summer transfer window in the coming weeks as Divock Origi is close to joining, a report claims.

According to what is being reported by MilanNews, it is certain that Milan are strongly interested in signing the Belgian whose contract at Liverpool is due to expire with in June of this year. He is an opportunity to be seized in a short time, and that is why Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara intend to seal an agreement as quickly as possible.

The report adds that both the parties are confident of reaching an agreement, and the player would gladly join the Rossoneri as he feels his time with Liverpool has come to a natural end having spent over half a decade there.

The handshake could arrive on the basis of a four-year contract at €3.5-4m net per year, with more news expected in the coming days.

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  1. Torres, Matri etc were not brought by Maldini. Nor Piatek (that was Leonardo’s). Given the work done by the current management we should trust Maldini (see Tomori, Kalulu, Kjer, Leao, Magnan, Tonali, Rebic, Giroud, Ibra, Theo etc). I would say Maldini knows his business. I am looking forward to see Origi at work

  2. I believe Origi will be a great signing. He is a fantastic talent and has scored HUGE goals both for Belgium (in world cup) and for Liverpool (champions league final and other big matches). He doesn’t get enough minutes because Pool has Mo Salah, Diogo Jota, Sadio Mane and Firmino. But when he gets on the field, he produces. I expect him to be excellent for Milan.

  3. Looking up Origi’s goals per season is pointless, as he’s been a fringe player at Liverpool and doesn’t get many starts or make many appearances, hence not many goals. Considering the amount of minutes he’s played, his goal ratio is actually good.
    Origi is an amazing technical player and he will get regular goals, especially in important moments in big games. His mentality is very relaxed, which enables him to keep a cool head in front of goal, making him a superb and clinical finisher. His biggest problems at Liverpool were competing with the likes of Salah, Mane and Firmino for a position, and now also with Jota and Diaz – all unbelievable players. Origi’s other problem was that Klopp didn’t sign him, he was already at the club when Klopp arrived, and he’s not really the typical kind of attacking player Klopp likes to use in his system. There is no issue regarding Origi’s talent, or his effectiveness as a forward though, and if used correctly, in a suitable system, he is devastating to opposition defences. I see comments here disrespecting Divock Origi which is pure ignorance. He’s a very good player indeed, and I believe he will be an excellent signing for Milan.

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