Attacker Divock Origi has not been getting enough game time at Liverpool since his return to the Merseyside outfit this year and was frustrated due to that. With the return of England international Daniel Sturridge against Norwich, it seems that the striker will not be playing a major role for the Reds this term.
The 20-year-old superstar has only played a mere 16 minutes of Premier League football in this term and rumours have been flying around suggesting that he could be sent out on loan in January. The Belgian international spent last season on loan at Ligue 1 outfit Lille and manager Brendan Rodgers could sent him away from the Merseyside club for further development.
Also, Belgian media outlet Het Laatste Nieuws (HLN) have confirmed that the Reds are thinking about sending him away on loan. The paper added that Origi could have left in the summer transfer window, as Fenerbahçe tried to sign him, but Liverpool wanted to keep him as a backup. With the signing of Christian Benteke and Danny Ings this summer and the return of Daniel Sturridge, as an exit for the youngster seems inevitable.