Divock Origi could leave Liverpool on loan

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Liverpool could hand striker Divock Origi another loan move away from the club in January.

This has been reported by the Mirror, who claim the club's hierarchy will consider allowing the talented forward to complete a temporary move away from Anfield.

It appears, though, that the club will only move Origi on if striker Daniel Sturridge manages to maintain his fitness.


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Sturridge, of course, has endured a nightmare on the injury scene over the course of the last 12-months or so, but he returned to the club's starting XI yesterday afternoon.

The England international failed to find the back of the net as Liverpool were held to Norwich City on home soil while Origi failed to feature for Brendan Rodgers' side.

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Sturridge and Benteke key

Ultimately, Origi doesn't quite look ready to prove his credentials in the Premier League. The youngster certainly has a great deal of learning to do, so perhaps it would be the right decision to hand him another short-term move away from the club.

Let's be honest, if Liverpool are serious about reclaiming their place in the top four this season, then they're going to need the duo of Sturridge and summer signing Christian Benteke to be at their best.

They endured a tricky time against the Canaries, but should improve throughout the course of the campaign. Both strikers must perform for the Reds on a consistent basis sooner rather than later. If they fail to produce the goods, then it's going to prove a testing season for Brendan Rodgers and co. on Merseyside.

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