Liverpool could yet manage to offload out-of-favour attacker Divock Origi this summer with it being reported that the Belgian is attracting interest from a host of Premier League outfits.
This comes from The Telegraph, with the publication pointing to Wolves, West Ham and Crystal Palace as potential suitors.
The 26-year-old striker suffered criticism last term for failing to contribute significantly alongside fellow struggling forward Xherdan Shaqiri, with the pair not amassing a single league goal between them.
With us looking to clear a space in the non-homegrown quota, offloading both Origi and Shaqiri would likely lead to the club finding a replacement up top.
As much as the Belgian international has built up a cult status at Liverpool, it has arguably come to the point where we need an improvement on our current backup options up top.
Diogo Jota and Harvey Elliott look very much like the future of the club (though the latter may develop as a midfielder down the line), but we realistically need another young option to come in and blossom over the long-term.
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