Wolverhampton Wanderers are still keen on signing Liverpool striker Divock Origi, according to the Express.
The Molineux outfit have been on the lookout for a striker to challenge Raul Jimenez and now have a spare space in their squad following Leo Bonatini’s loan move to Nottingham Forest.
Reports suggest that Nuno Espírito Santo has been keen on a move for the Reds frontman, who has made just five appearances this term.
However, relegation-threatened Fulham are also credited with holding an interest in the Belgium international with just a few hours to go until the 11pm transfer deadline.
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Origi joined the Anfield club from Lille in the summer of 2014 but, after a promising spell, has struggled to establish himself at Anfield, leading to loan spells at his ex-club and Wolfsburg.
At just 23 years of age, it’s clear that the player who impressed at the 2014 World Cup needs to leave Merseyside in order to kick-start what was once a promising looking career.
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