Valencia keen to sign Liverpool attacker

Spanish club Valencia are reportedly keen to sign Liverpool attacker Divock Origi.

The Liverpool Echo reports that Origi is one of the players that Reds manager Jurgen Klopp is looking to offload this summer as he looks to trim his squad. It adds that he is demanding £27 million for the Belgium international.

Origi arrived at Anfield from Lille in 2014 following an impressive 2014 World Cup with Belgium.

Since then however, he has failed to live up to expectations and had a below par loan spell with German club Wolfsburg last season.

Offloading Origi would probably be the best move for Liverpool at the moment. At it stands, it is very hard to see him getting first-team game time.

At the moment, he is below Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge in the Anfield pecking order.

Liverpool could be set to undergo several player sales during the next two weeks which could generate up to £100 million in sales.

Other notable players who are expected to leave Liverpool this summer include Marko Grujic,Sheyi Ojo, Simon Mignolet,Danny Ings and Pedro Chirivella.

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