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07/12/2018 - 11:33 BST

Claim From Italy: Agents Offer Liverpool Pair To AC Milan


Liverpool strikers Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi have been offered to AC Milan ahead of the January transfer window by their representatives, it has been claimed.

Origi grabbed the headlines at the weekend when he scored a late winner for Liverpool in the Merseyside derby and also got an assist against Burnley in midweek.

However, the Belgian remains a backup player at Anfield and ahead of the January transfer window, his future is again expected to be under the scanner.

Sturridge started against Burnley in midweek, but it was only his second league appearance for Liverpool this season.


And according to Italian daily Corriere dello Sport, agents of both strikers have been to AC Milan's offices to offer their clients as options in next month's transfer window.

The Rossoneri are expected to be in the market for a striker in January and Zlatan Ibrahimovic is reported to be their top target.

The Liverpool pair are considered to be low-cost options and as such could be considered by AC Milan.

Origi has a contract until 2020 with the Reds, but Sturridge’s deal expires next summer.