Tottenham have been linked with making a move for Liverpool striker Divock Origi.
The striker hasn’t yet made a start this season, only making one appearance so far as a substitute in Liverpool’s 3-3 draw with Watford in the Premier Leagues opening weekend.
He was totally omitted from Liverpool’s matchday squad in this week’s Champions League playoff victory against Hoffenheim, with Daniel Sturridge and youngster Dominic Solanke preferred to the Belgian.
The Telegraph report that striker is concerned that a lack of action this season could affect his chances ahead of next summer’s World Cup.
Tottenham have been interested in signing the striker in the past, and could reignite their interest given that they are willing to let last summer’s flop signing, Vincent Janssen, leave the club. Origi could be seen as the perfect back up striker to last season’s Golden Boot winner, Harry Kane.
French club Marseille, as well as Belgian club Anderlecht, are also interested in signing the 22-year-old. Liverpool are believed to be open to the idea of letting the striker leave this summer.