Out of favour international can pick up the pieces with his old friend Gerrard at Rangers
It has to be said that last season didn’t go to plan for Liverpool striker Divock Origi.
The 23-year-old Belgian striker went out on loan to Bundesliga side Wolfsburg, and scored only seven goals in 37 games.
As a result of his poor form, he wasn’t selected in the Belgian side for the upcoming World Cup in Russia.
The player’s career seems to be at a crossroads, and his next move is vitally important to his future, which is why his old team-mate Steven Gerrard should give him a call.
If Origi is looking to gain some confidence, he would surely get it if he spent a season on loan with Gerrard at Rangers.
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He would immediately become one of the best players in Scotland, and if he is on form he should help himself to plenty of goals, which would restore his confidence ahead of his return to Anfield after a season.
Naturally the Gers could only afford a loan deal for the players, but the fee for the loan could be a lot lower than first thought, as he struggled so badly in Germany.
The Gers have certainly made some interesting signings so far, but a signing of this magnitude would show that Gerrard and the Gers board are all out to win the league title.
In other Rangers news, the Gers have reportedly agreed a fee for a new centre-back