English Premier League

Liverpool ready to let Origi, Chamberlain leave Anfield?

by: Evolve


Jurgen Klopp has remained tight-lipped on the futures of Alex Oxlade Chamberlain and Divock Origi at Anfield.Liverpool

The England international’s contract will expire in 18 months, while the Belgian’s is set to expire next summer.

Considering their unpredicted long-term prospects at Liverpool, the pair have proved crucial for the Reds in over the last week.

When asked about the two, Klopp stated that this is not the moment to speculate on whether or not they would be given new contracts, claiming that it does not cross his mind when selecting his team each week.

He did admit, though, that every player will leave Anfield at some point, and that if any player wants to leave, a solution must be found.

The Liverpool manager also stated that they do not discuss or have to discuss his players’ potential or anything else, instead focusing on what he think is right for both parties in the next six to 18 months.

He went on to say that contract negotiations aren’t important right now. In the moment, it’s more vital to think about what you can offer the club while playing.

But, with Origi and Chamberlain’s futures in doubt, can the Reds stand to let them go or should they award the duo new contracts?





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