Jurgen Klopp hailed Divock Origi as a Liverpool “legend” after the striker produced some other derby-prevailing cameo towards Everton.
Origi performed the final hour of Sunday’s 2-0 win at Anfield, scoring his facet’s 2d purpose after being worried within the build-up to Andy Robertson’s opener.
The Belgian has now scored six goals against Everton and has fashioned a recognition as a first-rate sub, having also come off the bench to attain in the 2019 Champions League final.
Origi’s settlement is about to run out in June while his 8-12 months stay at Anfield is probable to come back to an end.
It isn’t always yet clear who would possibly signal Origi, but Klopp believes the 27-yr-antique “will explode wherever he is going.”
Speaking to Sky Sports after Sunday’s Merseyside derby, Klopp brought up: “He is a world-class striker, he is a legend and will stay a legend all the time.
“He would not usually make the squad which is ridiculous, however, he’s there while we want him each time.”
But Graeme Souness’s concept of Klopp’s high praise for Origi changed into excessive.
The former Liverpool participant and manager responded: “Origi is someone who will be allowed to leave this soccer membership due to the fact he isn’t always precise sufficient for this soccer membership.”
Overall, Origi has made 106 Premier League appearances for Liverpool, scoring 22 goals and assisting six.