Milan settle the Origi deal for 4 years, and the medical examinations are within days
Italian press reports revealed, today, Sunday, that AC Milan reached an agreement with Belgian striker Divock Origi to sign him during the summer transfer period in a free transfer deal.
And the Italian newspaper, Corriere dello Sport, reported that Origi would be the first signing in Milan during the current summer Mercato, adding that he would undergo medical examinations inside the Rossoneri this week.
The newspaper added that Origi is scheduled to join Milan on a four-year contract, with a salary of approximately 3.5 million euros annually.
And the English club Liverpool, who is professional in its Egyptian international ranks, Mohamed Salah, had announced earlier the departure of its Belgian star, Divock Origi.
And Liverpool FC published a statement on its official website and account on Twitter, saying: “Divok Origi will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of June.”
Liverpool’s official statement concluded: “Thank you for eight years of incredible service and leaving us with so many special memories, Liverpool legend.”
The Liverpool team was also keen to honor and a number of players and the technical staff made an honorary corridor, through which Origi walked, after the end of the team’s confrontation with Wolverhampton.