Divock Origi has hardly made an impact at Milan following his move from Liverpool last summer and could be sold for an accessible price at the end of this season.
The Belgian forward grew into something of a legend with the Reds after scoring a number of decisive goals for the club, like in their famous Champions League comeback against Barcelona or in their final win over Tottenham.
Unfortunately for Milan, Origi has not managed to transmit these qualities since his arrival in Lombardy, scoring just two goals in 25 appearances across all competitions for the club.
As reported by Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com, Milan are still convinced that they made the right choice picking up Origi on a free transfer last year, but they’d be willing to sell the Belgian should the right offer arrive this summer.
An offer of around €15m could be enough to complete a deal for the 27-year-old Belgian, as it would represent a quick capital gain in the club’s balance sheets.