No team wants to be left behind during the ongoing transfer window in Europe.The reigning Italian champions Ac Milan want to get better come next season and have just completed the signing of this player.He is Belgium international Divock Origi who was playing for Merseyside club Liverpool last season.Origi was born to Kenyan parents but chose Belgium after moving to the country at an early age.As of last season,he managed to score eleven goals and provide five assists in all competitions.This is despite the fact that he only started and played full ninety minutes in just four games.His memorable achievement at Liverpool is scoring the winning goal against Barcelona in 2019's champions league semi final which they ended up winning the trophy.He leaves Liverpool having won all available trophies from the champions league to the EFL Carabao cup.At new club Ac Milan,Origi has been promised a starting place which simply means he will score and assist even more.His winning mentality will see Milan win more trophies come next season.
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