Divock Origi, fresh from benching names like Benteke and Lukaku at the 2014 World Cup for Belgium, signed for Liverpool for a fee of £9.5mil from Lille. The deal required the Belgian to stay at the French club but he joined Liverpool‘s first team the following year. Under Klopp, Origi started in Klopp‘s first game for Liverpool and led the line at just 19. now at 20, the Belgian is stricken between game time and others firing on all cylinders so it is it time to cash in on the Belgian already?
Keep: The theory is that, according to paper talk, Sturridge will be sold in the Summer and one can see this to be true which would make room for Origi up front. The young Belgian can be a main striker and can play out wide as well, wherever Klopp wants him to play which could be key to Origi’s development as a player. The player put on 5lb’s of muscle per Klopp‘s request and this is the type of commitment that Klopp wants to see in his players. Origi could be Liverpool‘s long term striker, very easily, under Klopp‘s tutelage of course.