The Telegraph reports that Derby County are offering the former Liverpool striker a surprise return to English football.
The report claims the Rams are on the verge of a deal with the Serie A club for the teenager.
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The teenager’s departure to Anfield has left a bitter taste in the mouths of those associated with the Reds, after the player’s former agent, Saif Rubie, issued a statement accusing the club of ‘damaging his sanity’.
Liverpool have denied the allegations and Duncan’s move to Italy did not work out as the forward failed to make a senior first-team appearance for Fiorentina.
Prior to leaving Liverpool, Duncan was considered one of the most exciting youngsters in European football and is hoping to regain the kind of form that has made him a star of Liverpool’s Under-18 squad.
The Athletic, as cited by Caught Offside, claim Liverpool were watching the Canada international in Ghent ahead of his move to Lille, but ultimately decided to move Diogo Jota and Ismaila Sarr forward.
The 20-year-old has impressed after scoring 18 goals in 27 appearances for Belgium last season and has been linked with many Premier League clubs.
One thing is clear is that the Reds have clearly shown interest in a striker this summer and will no doubt have observed a number of targets before signing Jota.
But it’s hard not to think that Liverpool have definitely made the right choice by going for a proven track record in the Premier League.
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The Daily Mail claimed Brighton is watching the 25-year-old, who has yet to appear for the Reds in 2020/21.
Origi has made 140 appearances in total for Liverpool, scoring 34 goals and providing 12 assists.
The striker also scored twice against Barcelona in the famous Champions League semi-final second leg and then against Tottenham Hotspur in the final as the Reds won the European Cup for the sixth time.
But with Jota joining Klopp’s attacking line last week, added to the fact that Sadio Mane’s formidable trio Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah are still at the club, the 25-year-old may have to leave Anfield to secure the first. -team football this season.