Divock Origi is no longer part of the project at AC Milan and the Belgian is destined to leave the club this summer. However, finding him a new club has been far from easy as he only wants a return to the Premier League.
Origi scored just two goals for Milan last season and given that he earns €4m per year net, the Rossoneri are far from happy with the signing. In fact, they are keen on offloading the 28-year-old this summer.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, the striker has said no to Saudi Arabia (much to Milan’s dismay) and only wants a return to the Premier League. West Ham are keeping tabs on the situation after parting ways with Gianluca Scamacca and could perhaps make a move.
The report suggests that the situation has changed ‘in the last few hours’, with Origi getting closer to a return to England. It remains to be seen how much Milan can cash in from his departure but given that he arrived as a free transfer, they are not forced to collect a certain amount to avoid a loss.