Divock Origi’s future at Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp promised to kill Newcastle’s transfer plan

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists Divock Origi will remain at the club beyond the end of the January transfer window.

the Daily Telegraph Recently, Newcastle United have been interested in the Belgian player, while some clubs from all over Europe are also keen to take on the player who will be a free agent in the summer.

Several reports have claimed that the Reds will try to make money on 26 yearsInstead of losing it for nothing. But with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane absent from the Africa Cup of Nations for what might be the rest of the month, that idea didn’t really make sense.

and speaks before Carabao Cup, first leg, Carabao Cup semi-final against ArsenalKlopp confirmed that the currently injured Origi would not go anywhere.

He told the club’s official website: “The degree is not available. Div has not trained, Div is still injured and still recovering.

“So he can’t help us at the moment but I don’t see any kind of scenario – pretty much everything can happen in life – but from this moment I will say he will be here (after the transfer window in January).

“And hopefully he’ll be fit soon because we can actually put him to good use now.”

Now it seems certain that he’ll let Origi cancel his contract and leave for free.

This scenario would work out well for both parties, as it saves Liverpool having to make an addition in January to their squad. It will also give Divock Origi a bumper pay day at his next club.

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Divock Origi remains as Liverpool star against Real Madrid

Meanwhile, Liverpool are ready to offer Real Madrid £25m to sign midfielder Toni Kroos, who is said to be facing doubts over his future.

The 32-year-old will celebrate eight years as a Real Madrid player this summer. In fact, he joined from Bayern Munich in 2014 after playing a key role for Germany in their World Cup win.

Since then, he has made 340 appearances for Los Blancos. Furthermore, he has held the lead role in the team under a group of managers.

And in Carlo Ancelotti’s second period with Los Blancos this season, Kroos participated in each of the past 14 matches in the Spanish League after starting his career with injury.

The midfielder signed his last contract extension in May 2019 and those terms expire in the summer of 2023. As such, his future is once again a major topic.

Talking to Sports WorldKroos insisted he wants to end his career in Madrid.

“The contract length was chosen in a conscious way. When it ends, I will be 33 and have to think about what comes next,” he said.

“I don’t need to get into any mystery games, I put letters on the table.

“It’s my eighth season with Madrid and I have a great relationship with the club and I will never jeopardize that. I think that’s a mutual thing.

“I’ve made it very clear that I want to end my career here and it can happen.”

Liverpool may pounce on Kroos

However, a Spanish news outlet the National It is alleged that Madrid does not just share a forward-looking view of the situation like Kroos. Indeed, Los Blancos chiefs are reported to be “unsure” whether they should offer him another contract.

The club appreciates Kroos’ continued value and impact on the team. However, the National Real Madrid claims to be “holding back the progress” of Federico Valverde and Eduardo Camavinga.

The duo, 23 and 19 respectively, represent the far-reaching future of the Madrid midfield, despite Kroos’ importance.

As such, the outlet claims Liverpool could pounce on the midfielder.

Reds coach Jurgen Klopp He would be “happy” to work with his German colleague. Likewise, Cross is said to be seriously considering the opportunity to link up with the manager.

Liverpool’s interest in the midfielder is “very serious”. As a result, they would be willing to offer €30m (£25m) to sign him – and Klopp would offer him a ‘leading role’ in the squad.

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