Milan striker Divock Origi is currently struggling to attract any offers, as he seems out of the club’s project.
The Rossoneri have previously decided that Origi is on sale and over the last few months, he has been one of those players that they are open to selling.
La Gazzetta dello Sport report now that while there is interest in Origi, he is struggling to attract offers. He has pegged back an approach from the Middle East but the two English sides keen on him – West Ham and Sheffield United, have not come forward for him yet.
Origi would be interersted in moving back to the Premier League this summer but due to no offers coming for him, Milan are hoping to soon work with the player’s agents to find a solution to the problem and find a suitable club for his future. His high salary demands are a problem for buying clubs and at Milan, he earns as much as the likes of Theo Hernandez, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Christian Pulisic and Samuel Chukwueze and getting rid of him will hand Milan a lot of wiggle room in their wage structure.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN