Divock Origi can be leaving Liverpool in the summertime with the striker having nothing however good recollections throughout his time at Anfield.
The Belgian missed the membership’s remaining recreation of the season towards Wolves on Sunday however was given a guard of honour and particular presentation post-match forward of the standard season-ending Anfield lap of honour, following a stellar seven seasons on Merseyside.
Talking about his departure, Origi stated: “Truthfully, I really feel honoured. It was an honour to have the ability to play right here in Anfield with teammates, with employees (and) with the followers – it has been an honour.
“You must expertise Liverpool. Earlier than I got here right here, they instructed me it is a particular membership and when you signal right here, you expertise it. I have been in a position to see us profitable a lot – it goes past phrases. It has been an honour.”
Divock Origi is given a guard of honour as he bids farewell to Anfield.
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“I do know that I will come and watch video games, for positive. I’ll comply with the membership, nevertheless it’s without end in my coronary heart – it has a particular place in my coronary heart. I simply want that the membership continues to develop and maintain being Liverpool as it’s. For positive, I will be again.”
Origi has strongly been linked with a transfer to Serie A with AC Milan stated to be the frontrunners for his signature.