Liverpool forward Divock Origi is set to join Italian side AC Milan once his contract expires this summer.
Origi has agreed personal terms with Milan as reported by journalist David Ornstein. The 27-year-old has earned cult-hero status since joining the Reds in 2015 with a string of iconic goals, most notably his comeback-sealing double against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals and his stoppage-time winner against Everton in 2019.
“Origi has agreed personal terms,” Ornstein told Sky Sports News.
“It’s not yet a done deal in terms of a medical and finalising that transfer, but he hasn’t made enough appearances at Liverpool to trigger the extension clause that was in his contract.
“It’s just a case of putting the finishing touches to what would be a pretty iconic transfer at the age of 27, with Milan pushing to win the Italian title and get back into the Champions League, so I think that’s going to happen.”
The Belgium international has 22 goals from 107 Premier League games for Liverpool.
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