EURO 2020 Star Says He Dreams Of Playing For Liverpool

The striker has previously admitted that he would love to play for Liverpool in the Premier League.
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Liverpool have been linked with several attackers so far this summer. 

It is rumoured that the club want to replace Belgian striker Divock Origi. 

Divock Origi

Divock Origi is rumoured with an Anfield exit

Not only do the club want to sell him, but the striker himself also believes that his time at Liverpool is up and Origi is hopeful you finding more regular minutes.

When discussing Divock Origi, Italian transfer journalist and insider confirmed that the Belgian is ready to leave Liverpool.

“Divock Origi is ready to leave Liverpool. There are offers.”

The striker has been apart of many special moments for Liverpool and his presence in the club will be hard to replace.

The Reds have slapped a 20 million price tag on him this summer and Fabrizio Romano confirms that the club have multiple offers for Origi.

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The club have been linked with several possible replacements for the Belgian international. 

One that was closely being watched was RB Salzburg's Patson Daka. 

Reports were swirling about that he was all but set to join Liverpool this summer.

However, transfer insider and Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that the Zambian striker is set to join Liverpool's Premier League rivals.

"Patson Daka is set to join Leicester, done deal. The official proposal has been accepted by RB Salzburg board today and #LCFC are planning to announce the new signing next week. Here we go soon! #Daka"

One striker who is currently playing at the 2020 Euros has said that he dreams of playing for Liverpool in the Premier League.

Danish and RB Leipzig striker Yussuf Poulsen has previously said that he would like to make the move to the Premier League.

"I would try it sometime in another league. But, whether that is 2021 or 2025 – no idea. The Premier League would be a dream. That would fit well with my game. As a kid I 'kept' Liverpool. My best friend was also a fan of the club."