West Ham linked player in London with agent


Former Liverpool player Divock Origi has now pulled a U-turn over a transfer to Saudi Arabia just one year after he left Anfield to join AC Milan as a free agent.

He made 27 appearances in the Italian top-flight last term but only scored two goals and assisted one.

That is according to Calciomercato, which reports that Origi has since had a change of heart about moving to Saudi Arabia. The 28-year-old had declined an offer to join the hordes heading for the Pro League at the end of June. But he is now willing to seriously consider any new offers with the Premier League as a preferred destination.

Origi has been linked with West Ham, but club insiders have dismissed those links saying he is not a target or a player of interest.

According to West Ham Voice sources, the player flew into London today with his agent, but if that is true, it will not be to meet with West Ham.

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  • StevieMac says:

    It looks like the Transfers are going to plan sell the best and get no one, it’s looking like someone could be ready for selling the club. And the owners where on about the next level What a Joke

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