A future in the United States may await for Divock Origi as his time with Nottingham Forest continues without much positivity, according to a report.
Origi was signed by Milan during the 2022 summer window with hopes that he could be a reliable striker to alternate with Olivier Giroud given his experience and his big-game exploits at Liverpool.
But in an injury-plagued season, he managed just two goals, so by the summer of last year, the Rossoneri management was already searching for a new home for him.
The Belgian joined Forest on loan with a buyout option, although he has only made nine appearances, played 178 minutes, and attempted two attempts on goal in his brief stint there. The statistics painfully highlight his lack of influence on a team that is fighting to stay up.
According to what is being reported by Sky, there have been some ‘more serious approaches’ from Los Angeles FC regarding Origi, who as mentioned is currently at Forest but could see his loan ended early.
Milan now expect a written offer after the meeting between the intermediaries that are working on the operation and the directors of the MLS club. The Rossoneri’s request is for a loan with an obligation to buy set at €5m