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31/12/2018 - 09:18 BST

Liverpool Ready To Sign Off On Move For Wolves Target Divock Origi

 




Liverpool will let Wolves target Divock Origi leave on a permanent transfer in the January window.

Origi, who spent last term on loan in the Bundesliga with Wolfsburg, has grown frustrated at a lack of playing time at Anfield and is looking to move on.




And despite the Belgium international being in and around the team – he was on the bench for Liverpool's 5-1 win over Arsenal on Saturday – the Reds are willing to let him leave permanently, according to Belgian daily Het Nieuwsblad.

Origi is not short of suitors, with Schalke linked with wanting to take him back to Germany, while Wolves are claimed to be keen to keep him in the Premier League.
 


The 23-year-old has clocked just 72 minutes of football in the Premier League for Liverpool this season, scoring once and providing an assist.

He also featured for eleven minutes in a Champions League group stage meeting with Red Star Belgrade.
 


Despite being in the thick of a title push, Liverpool are ready to let Origi seek pastures new and it remains to be seen if the Reds look to replace him in the January window.

His contract at Anfield runs until 2020.