JK hopes “Origi” will not move away from the Swans next summer.

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp I don’t think a great striker like Divock Origi will leave the team after the end of this season.

On Saturday night, the “Reds” slashed to beat Wolverhampton. Wanderers’ thrilling 1-0 win came in 90+4 minutes thanks to a shot from super sub Origi

this season. Origi has made just three Premier League appearances as a defender. All substitutes included 38 minutes but have scored two assists so far,

when asked by Klopp about Origi’s potential transfer after the season. But the German coach expects that will not happen. “If I were another club I would be interested in grabbing him. And think about it, it will happen (the team) because he did not have a chance to play, “

” but the paperwork. I can’t believe what people think if you don’t play for Liverpool. You are a bad footballer.”

“This team is amazing. And you’re the 12th, 13th or 14th player on your team, you have to stand out. And Div is that person.”

“Honestly, I’m really happy that he’s still here. I don’t think it will happen (go next summer), but it’s not a surprise [if he does].”

“He’s a top striker. is the best child He’s been in Liverpool for a long time. He came here at a young age. And he scored some of the most important goals in the history of the club. He is a very positive boy and I am very happy,” he said.