Divock Origi could be on his way out of Liverpool with Borussia Dortmund interested
Borussia Dortmund are weighing up a move for Liverpool outcast Divock Origi before the European transfer window shuts on August 31st.
The Belgian striker, who spent last season on loan at Wolfsburg, is available with Jurgen Klopp demanding £27m -rated Origi to leave on a permanent basis.
The Liverpool Echo reports that Dortmund have emerged as Origi's most likely destination, but Jurgen Klopp says a cut price deal for the forward won't be happening.
"That will not happen. We are not in a financial need situation where we have to do that," Klopp told the Echo.
The Echo also reports that Wolves were prepared to pay £22m to sign Origi before the transfer deadline, with the rest paid in add-ons but the player wasn't keen on the move.
Due to the brilliance of Salah, Mane and Firmino, Origi is set for minimal game time at Anfield this term.
The Reds bought Origi from Lille in 2014 for £10M.
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