Lazio Is Negotiating With Liverpool About Origi

Lazio sporting director, Igli Tare has reportedly opened talks with Liverpool regarding Belgian striker Divock Origi.  The Italian capital club is busy looking for a backup striker for Ciro Immobile in the January market.

As reported by the Italian newspaper, Il Tempo revealed that Lazio is trying to recruit 26-year-old Belgian striker Divock Origi whose contract expires with Liverpool at the end of this season.

Tare has been in contact with Origi's representatives for the past few days, with the Reds willing to sell the striker this month to avoid losing his serve on a free transfer at the end of June.

The Aquile coach Maurizio Sarri has also given the club approval to sign Origi, acknowledging the flexibility of the 26-year-old who can play in the center of the front three as well as on the flanks.

But before being able to finalize a transfer deal, the Biancoceleste must first find a new club for Vedat Muriqi who currently has not received an offer from anywhere to leave The Aquile.

Meanwhile, Origi, who joined the Reds in 2014 and has made 10 appearances in all competitions this season with a total of 393 minutes played.  In that period he has scored five gold and contributed two assists.

As previously stated by president Claudio Lotito, his club must first sell players before they can bring in new players.  So this month they are also busy with finding a new club for fringe players like Muriqi.

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