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REAL BETIS inquire CL hero ORIGI. Liverpool may keep him in

24.06.2019 17.39 by Claudio Colla  read 342
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An outcast almost all season long, before turning into one of Liverpool pivotal men in CL semifinals and final match, Belgian international striker Divock Origi (24), according to Estadio Deportivo, has just been inquired by Real Betis Sevilla. While Reds boss, Jurgen Klopp, seems so far planning to keep him in, former Wolfsburg and Lille player, unless being offered a deal extension, beyond current June 2020 deadline, might be tempted to leave for good and accept a new long-term elsewhere. If putting him up for sale, Liverpool are reportedly planning to set a 20 million euros exit fee on him.

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