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Liverpool striker Divock Origi has failed to break into the first eleven under Jurgen Klopp and reports suggest he might be on his way out of the club.

Divock Origi arrived at Anfield in 2014 but since then all he has done is move around Europe on various loan spells.

And now finally it seems Jurgen Klopp is all set to sell him off permanently.




Recent reports suggest Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund are interested in signing him up and might a move for him at the end of the season.




Divock Origi has already had a taste of German football during his loan spell with Wolfsburg last season so he will not hesitate in moving to Dortmund.

But that move is likely to happen only at the end of the season before which the player could move out on yet another loan.








Rangers FC manager Steven Gerrard wanted to bring Divock Origi to Ibrox this summer but Jurgen Klopp blocked that move claim the 23-year-old had a role to play for Liverpool this season.

Obviously, that has not turned out to be true and rumours are afloat that Gerrard might push for a loan spell during the January transfer window.




Origi has remained on the sidelines at Anfield since the start of the season and the player will surely need some game time if decides to head out.




And a loan spell to Rangers FC could be the perfect opportunity for Divock Origi to get back into shape.

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