Liverpool striker Divock Origi is set to leave Liverpool as he seeks to find regular playing time in the English Premier League.
Origi, son of former Kenyan international striker Mike Okoth, is said to be attracting interest from London-based side Fulham, in a deal that could cost in upwards of Ksh2 billion.
Origi has had limited playing time at Liverpool, having made only 2 appearances this season. On his side, Fulham coach Claudio Ranieri is looking to improve his attacking and is understood to be interested in Origi.
He will, however, have to battle competition from Wolves, who have also registered interest.
The 23-year-old former Lille forward had a promising future after joining Liverpool and was also included in his nation's national team.
His growth has however been hampered by lack of first team appearances and will look elsewhere to continue his growth.
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