Liverpool has a £31.5 million replacement for Divock Origi in place.


Liverpool has a transfer plan in place for Divock Origi, with a £31.5 million replacement already identified.

Liverpool are adamant about not selling Divock Origi to Newcastle United…

According to reports, Liverpool will reject any offers for Divock Origi this month despite having already identified a replacement.

The Belgian attacker is attracting interest in the January transfer window, having already cemented his legacy as an Anfield legend thanks to a series of memorable goals.

This month, clubs from Serie A and the Bundesliga are said to have made bids for Origi.

However, it is rumored interest from Newcastle and West Ham that has compelled Liverpool to reconsider their position on a sale.

Origi isn’t Merseyside’s first choice, but he’s still a vital member of Jurgen Klopp’s squad.

According to the Mirror, the Reds have decided to hold off on selling Origi until the end of the season.

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That’s when his contract is set to expire, though a renewal isn’t completely ruled out.

In their bid to stay in the Premier League, Newcastle want to add Origi’s experience and knack for scoring important goals to their squad.

After sustaining a calf injury against Manchester United, Callum Wilson has been ruled out for two months.

It means Eddie Howe is in desperate need of forward line reinforcements.

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Origi was ready to leave Liverpool last summer, but the Reds were unable to find a buyer.

Jarrod Bowen of West Ham had been lined up as a possible replacement for Origi by the Reds.

Bowen is valued at £31.5 million by Transfermarkt and could be available this summer, though based on his performances this season, West Ham will value him closer to £50 million.

Earlier in the season, Klopp expressed his admiration for Bowen.


Klopp openly admitted, “I like Bowen a lot.”

“He came up from Hull and wasted no time in demonstrating what kind of player he can be in the Premier League.”

He took significant steps.”

Following the departures of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, Origi has gained in importance.

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