ucl hero set for liverpool exit

19:00    05 Jun 2019

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The Reds forward has admitted that he faces an uncertain few weeks in build-up to the 2019/20 season.

Despite scoring two goals in Liverpool's Uefa Champions League semifinal win over Barcelona and in the final victory over Tottenham Hotspur, Origi struggled for game time at Anfield this past season.

The 24-year-old scored eight goals in 22 matches across all competitions, with most of those appearances coming as a substitute.

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Although revealing that he is happy staying on at Merseyside, the Belgium international admits he isn't entirely sure if he will still be a Liverpool player come the start of the campaign.

"I don't know if I'm going to stay (at Liverpool) but I'm concentrating now on the two games with the Red Devils and after that I'll think about my future and make a decision," Origi said.

"I don't want to talk too much about my future right now, but Liverpool know my qualities and the club have recently made an offer of a contract extension. That's the first step."

"I am feeling comfortable at Liverpool and I think that's important. On top of that we have in Jurgen Klopp an absolutely top coach.

"Obviously I have personal goals in my mind but I put the team first," he concluded.

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