LIVERPOOL star Divock Origi has reportedly been offered to Barcelona for a January transfer.
ESport3 claims Nou Camp chiefs are desperate for new players after a dismal start to the campaign.
Liverpool striker Divock Origi has been offered to BarcelonaCredit: AFP
The Belgium international, 26, has only played 157 minuets under Jurgen Klopp this term.
And his contract expires at the end of the season, making him a free agent next summer.
Despite scoring some vital goals for Liverpool, including some to help them win the Premier League and Champions League, Origi has always struggled to nail down a regular spot.
And after entering his seventh season at Anfield, the forward is now hoping for a fresh start in Spain.
Barcelona are in dire need of reinforcements after winning just three of their opening seven league games.
Ronald Koeman has also lost both of his Champions League group stage games, leaving the club on the brink of an embarrassing early elimination.
But the Dutchman looks set to stay on as boss – seemingly because nobody else wants the job.
Should Origi secure a move to Barcelona, he would be up against some familiar ex-Premier League players for a place in attack.
Former Manchester United forward Memphis Depay joined from Lyon over the summer and has three goals, as well as one assist, in nine appearances.
Man City legend Sergio Aguero also signed up, thinking Argentina teammate and close pal Lionel Messi was sticking about.
But he is yet to feature after sustaining a calf injury in the pre-season.
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