Liverpool forward Divock Origi is ready to commit his future to the club with a new five-year deal, according to a report.
Despite his heroics in the closing stages of Liverpool’s Champions League winning campaign, during which he scored in both the semi-final second leg and the final, Origi’s future at Anfield appears to be uncertain.
The 24-year-old currently has one year remaining on his contract at Anfield and although negotiations are underway over a new deal, he has been mentioned as a transfer target for LaLiga outfit Real Betis.
The Spanish side have been linked with a £10m approach for Origi, but then it was claimed that Jurgen Klopp cut short a holiday to try and convince Origi to sign the five-year deal he has been offered.
Now, Belgian reporter Kristof Terreur has tipped the former Lille star to sign a new long-term deal with Liverpool.
“Liverpool offered him a new contract before the Champions League final,” Terruer told the Sky Sports Transfer Talk podcast.
“They’ve been talking to the agent after the final. The player hasn’t made a decision. He has been promised a bigger role next season now Sturridge has left. They’ve offered him good money.
“I think he will sign new deal for four or five years.”
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