Belgian striker Divock Origi passed his medical with Milan on Tuesday and will sign with the Rossoneri in the next few hours.
The striker, who arrives from English Liverpool, arrived last Monday in Milan to close his incorporation to the transalpine team. This morning, Origi stopped by the club’s clinic for medical examinations.
At 27 years old, the Belgian, European champion with the ‘Reds’ in 2019, is looking for a leading role that he has not had under Jürgen Klopp in a top-level team. In the absence of official confirmation, Origi, key with his goals in the Champions League semi-final against Barcelona and in the final against Tottenham, will join Milan coach Stefano Pioli’s routine from the start of the preseason to defend the crown of champion of Italy.
His competition for the position will be the Frenchman Olivier Giroud, who won the trust of the coach and the fans with great performances and goals in the second part of the season, and the Swedish Zlatan Ibrahimovic, away from the pitch for the time being. until January after his knee operation. In addition to the Champions League in 2019, the Belgian international has won a European Super Cup, a World Cup, a Premier, a League Cup and an FA Cup.