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Divock Origi leaves Liverpool to join historic Italian rivals

By Charles Cornwall

Divock Origi leaves Liverpool to join historic Italian rivals

One of the most loved players for the Liverpool fans left for free to a club that has historic clashes with the team

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After eight great years and a variety of championships defending the Liverpool shirt, Belgian striker Divock Origi left the club for free and went to AC Milan on a four-year contract until the summer of 2026.

At the age of 27, Origi has become one of the most beloved players by Liverpool fans in recent years thanks to his goals and the winning of as many titles as possible with the Red shirt. In more than 170 games, he was able to score 41 goals and 18 assists that helped win a Premier League in 2020, a League Cup in 2022 and the FA Cup the same year, as well as a Champions League in 2019, and the European Super Cup and Club World Cup the same year. 

His arrival to AC Milan

The Belgian international will join Stefano Pioli's side after the Rossoneri won their first Scudetto in 11 years, and the 19th in their history. 


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