Ahead of what is reportedly going to be a busy summer for Liverpool, several players have been linked with Anfield exits. One of the most popular names is forward Divock Origi.
The Beligan striker has been linked with moves all across Europe including Real Sociedad, Borussia Dortmund, Leeds United and now Inter Milan.
According to TodoFichajes, Antonio Conte's side intend on bidding for Liverpool's Divock Origi. The former Chelsea manager believes that Origi would be the perfect deputy to in-form Romelu Lukaku. The report claims that Conte sees Lukaku's international compatriot as already adapted to the way the Milan club plays.
Although his reported price tag of £12 million seems low, Liverpool may have a bidding war with so many clubs interested in Origi's services.
Former Leeds United star Noel Whelan believes the striker would be perfect Marcelo Biesla's side.
When speaking to Football Insider he said, “He can play a number of roles, left side, right side, through the middle. You’ve got to look at these things seriously. It’s not a lot of money. It’s so cheap. You could maybe go out and get two strikers if he’s available at that price."
Divock Origi has been apart of many iconic Liverpool moments since joining the club in 2014 on the back of an impressive World Cup campaign.
Inter Milan have also showed serious interest in Liverpool's midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum. With a summer clear out bound to happen, could Inter Milan sign two Liverpool players, paving the way for new faces to come in?