Liverpool have no plans of selling Newcastle United target

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Origi won’t be sold in January


Liverpool have no plans of parting ways with Divock Origi during the January transfer window.

The Belgian was fancied to leave the Reds during the summer transfer window, but they were no suitable offers on the table.

The striker has since played a bit-part role for the club, but they are unlikely to offload him midway through the campaign.

The Merseyside giants will be without Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane in January due to African Cup of Nations duty.

Meanwhile, they could also be missing some of their South American players in late January due to World Cup qualifiers.

Due to this, Jurgen Klopp has no plans of losing any fringe players, and Origi is likely to stay put until the end of the season.

The Belgian has been linked with a potential move to Newcastle United after their big-money takeover from a Saudi-led consortium.

The Magpies may need to wait until next summer to pursue his services.



(With inputs from Eyefootball )

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