Date: 26th March 2020 at 9:30am
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The Liverpool future of Divock Origi was debated by numerous Reds fans on Twitter after an article from Laurie Yarde in Anfield Edition calling for the club to cash in on the Belgian, with a link to the piece shared by @AnfieldEdition on Twitter.

The 25-year-old earned cult hero status at Anfield after a clutch of memorable goals last season, including a 96th-minute Merseyside derby winner, the decisive goal in the epic 4-0 Champions League semi-final win over Barcelona and the clincher in the final of that competition against Tottenham.

However, he has still been unable to carve out a regular place in Jurgen Klopp’s side, starting only five Premier League games this season and scoring just five goals in 36 appearances in the current campaign. He was savaged by a portion of Liverpool fans after an ineffective performance against Chelsea in the Reds’ FA Cup exit at the start of this month.

These Kopites on Twitter gave a mixture of views on whether Origi should be retained by the club or moved on in the summer, with some feeling he still has plenty to offer and others believing that Liverpool should “get an upgrade” on the Belgian:

Do you think Liverpool should keep faith in Origi or is it time to consider moving him on? Join in the discussion by commenting below!