'No no', Nowhere near the standard: Liverpool fans react to striker heading to Anfield in summer
Divock Origi is set to head back to Anfield in the summer after his season-long loan to Wolfsburg comes to an end – but fans are not sure they want him.
He hasn’t exactly set the Bundesliga alight, with just five goals in 25 league appearances.
He was substituted after just 42 minutes in the 3-0 defeat to Hoffenheim on March 10 and only played one minute in their last league game against Schalke.
It’s not the impact that Origi was hoping to have after he left for game-time and a place in Belgium’s World Cup squad this summer.
And Liverpool fans are now debating whether Jurgen Klopp should keep hold of him or get rid in the summer.
There are mixed views, with some saying that he’s better than Dominic Solanke or Danny Ings, and others disagreeing.
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One said that he was brilliant when he arrived and Liverpool should try and get him back to that level, while another said he would just block talented youngsters like Harry Wilson getting in the team.
Stay or go? Here are the best reactions to the Origi conundrum:
He scores goals should of had him on the bench this season
— Terence (@Aviet19) March 26, 2018
He’s had his chance, nowhere near the standard needed and better of giving the likes of Wilson Woodburn and Brewster an opportunity!
— GVB ???????????????????????????? (@BASS174) March 26, 2018
— ░【???????????????? ????????????????】░ (@Basssn1) March 26, 2018
Nah, it's a wrap for him. Woodburn, Brewster and Wilson all better options for now and the future. He's a budget Welbeck and I think that says enough in itself.
— Des Only One (@Deebiosi) March 26, 2018
Nahh sell him
— Ted (@FutbolChambo_) March 26, 2018
He's better than Solanke and Ings. Would have been a better backup should bobby get injured.
— Amad Asif (@amad_asif101) March 26, 2018
— RMKopite1664 (@kopite4everlfc) March 26, 2018
No no no no!
One of the worst players we have on our books.
— Dan Smith (@dsmith_180) March 26, 2018
For a while, not long after Klopp arrived, he was brilliant. Powerful, skillful, scoring goals. If they can get him to that level (& beyond) then he should stay. Will have to trust to knowledge of the staff with regards to likelihood of that.
— Exposed Brick (@liverpoolsynth) March 26, 2018
not sure myself. Think his being in the squad will just block the route for more talented youngsters such as Woodburn or Brewster. Would rather keep ~@IngsDanny given the choice.
— James Murphy (@JamesMurphy513) March 26, 2018
Not good enough to play for @LFC – sell him in the summer along with Danny Ings and reinvest in a quality striker.
— Neil Trainis (@NeilTrainis) March 26, 2018