Liverpool striker Divock Origi’s move to Milan is all but complete with medicals scheduled after the Champions League Final. The Belgian international’s contract with the Red’s ends in June and he will not be extending his stay at Anfield.
Numerous reports have linked the striker to Milan in recent months, but it’s now being reported as a done deal.
Transfer journalist Daniele Longo, who first broke the story, reports that the deal is ‘100%’ with medicals scheduled after Liverpool have played Real Madrid in the Champions League final next week.
Origi will be free to undergo his medical the days after and will reportedly sign a three-year deal worth €4m per season with Milan.
The players ability to play on the wing and as a conventional striker is part of the reason the Rossoneri are so keen to sign him, allowing him to cover both areas.