A number of different sources are now confirming that AC Milan will complete the signing Divock Origi when his contract with Liverpool expires.
Calciomercato.com report that the Rossoneri and Origi’s entourage have reached an agreement over a four-year contract for around €4m net per season plus bonuses. It will become official once the medical examinations, are done which the Belgian forward will undergo in the days immediately following the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid on May 28.
Meanwhile, Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Origi ‘has no doubts on his next destination’. He is just waiting to complete medical checks and sign his contract as a new Milan player in the coming weeks. Liverpool have already accepted his decision, and he will ‘definitely’ leave.
Finally, The Athletic have added that the 26-year-old striker has agreed personal terms with Milan and while a contract has not yet been signed and a medical has not taken place, the Rossoneri ‘appear increasingly certain’ to be his destination.