Divock Origi joined Nottingham Forest yesterday as the Reds signed six new faces on deadline day.
The 28-year-old striker has joined the club on a season-long loan from Serie A side AC Milan, in a deal that includes an option to buy next summer.
He returns to the Premier League after spending eight years at Liverpool, scoring one of the most memorable goals in their history during the 4-0 win over Barcelona in the Champions League.
Origi joins Chris Wood and Taiwo Awoniyi as Steve Cooper’s centre-forward options at the club.
Origi and Romano on the Nottingham Forest move
The signing of Origi was announced late last night, with Origi speaking about his excitement about joining the club.
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“Hi Forest fans Divock Origi here, can’t wait to join you at the City Ground. Come on you Reds!”
Journalist Fabrizio Romano gave Reds fans an update on Origi’s move this morning.
On his Twitter account, the Italian confirmed the deal to sign the 28-year-old was a loan with an option to buy for €4.5 million, however, the clause isn’t mandatory.
Romano also confirmed that the striker would arrive at the club on Sunday before being presented on social media.