Liverpool decide to keep Divock Origi this summer rather than cashing in on his Champions League exploits with just one year left on his deal
- Liverpool have chosen to keep striker Divock Origi at the club this summer
- Origi has just one year left on his deal and Liverpool have the option to cash in
- Origi scored some vital goals for Liverpool as they won the Champions League
Liverpool have elected to keep Divock Origi at the club this summer.
Origi has just one year remaining on his current contract at Anfield and Liverpool have the chance to cash in on the striker following his exploits in the Champions League.
However, as reported by the Liverpool Echo, Jurgen Klopp sees the 24-year-old as an important member of his squad.
Liverpool have elected to keep Divock Origi despite him having just one year left on his deal
Origi scored some vital goals for Liverpool last season, which included a strike in the Champions League final win against Tottenham after he previously hit a brace in the incredible victory against Barcelona in the semi-finals.
In the Premier League Origi scored dramatic late winners at home to Everton and away to Newcastle.
Origi scored some vital goals for Liverpool last term, including in the Champions League final
With Daniel Sturridge having left the club, Origi could be a key backup option in attack for Liverpool next season.
Origi joined Liverpool in 2014 and spent the 2017-18 campaign on loan at Wolfsburg.
So far the Belgian forward has scored 28 goals in 98 appearances for Liverpool.