Liverpool Football Club are set to bring back on-loan striker Divock Origi this month despite denying last month that they will let him complete the one-year loan spell at Lille. In December, reports had emerged that Liverpool could recall Origi after having a disastrous league campaign where their strikers have failed to produce the goals so far. However, the Merseysiders went on to quash such rumors. Now, according to Liverpoolecho, the Reds are willing to pay a fee of A?3m in order to get back their striker earlier than scheduled. The Liverpool striker force have struggled this season and have scored just two goals between them. Italian duo Mario Balotelli and Fabio Borini are yet to open their account in the Premier League and Daniel Sturridge has appeared in just three games due to a succession of injuries since September. Other summer signing Rickie Lambert has scored once and isn’t a regular starter. Manager Brendan Rodgers has had to reshuffle […]

With Daniel Sturridge facing more time on the sidelines with another thigh injury, Liverpool must address their problems upfront where goals have been very hard to come by. Liverpool have serious problems to address in the coming weeks as they were rocked by the news of yet another injury setback for Daniel Sturridge. The England international was expected to return for the weekend match against Crystal Palace this Sunday but it seems his spell on the sidelines will be prolonged. Though it is not certain how long this injury will keep him out but it is unlikely he is going to make his comeback anytime soon. Liverpool have struggled immensely in front of goal this season with the three present strikers combining to score only two goals so far. Summer signing Mario Balotelli has looked isolated up front while Rickie Lambert and Fabio Borini have not fared any better. With the lack of goals from the strikers and another setback […]

The Belgian striker admitted that he would happily move to Liverpool in January. Divock Origi wants a move to Anfield in January but accepts an early arrival in the Premier League can take place only with the consent of French club Lille. The 19-year-old Belgium striker is due to complete his move to Liverpool next summer but with the Reds struggling for goals so far this season, Origi is open to making a move earlier than expected if his present club allows him to do so. “Maybe January, who knows?” Origi said. “It is not me who makes the decisions but if the club choose to let me go in January I would go. I would like to join Liverpool then. I said that I would stay for the whole season and I wish to remain honorable in that, of course, but if there was a decision by the clubs, I would not say that I would not like to […]