Milan open to selling Divock Origi and set price tag

Milan are open to selling Belgian striker Divock Origi during the next transfer window if the right offer comes their way, Daniele Longo reports.

Origi signed with the Rossoneri last summer as a free agent after having spent six seasons with Liverpool but he has failed to make an impact in Italy.

Since the beginning of the season, he has scored only two goals in 25 appereances across all competitions and neither of those goals has been decisive for a win. He has struggled in climbing the pecking order at Milan too as he has suffered different injuries.

He has only started six Serie A games and since Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned from injury, he’s become the third choice amongst Milan’s center forwards after the Swede and Olivier Giroud.

Milan are still convinced to have made the right move in signing him but Origi’s performances have put his future with the Rossoneri in doubt.

So much so that, in order to cash in some money to be then reinvested on the market, Milan have set a price tag for Origi.

The board believes that they can get around €15 million from a possibile sale. Origi’s contract with Milan runs until 2026 and it has been reported that he’s on a €4 million per year salary.


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