Divock Origi, 27 years old son to former Harambee Stars player Mike Okoth has finally landed in Italy and ready to join AC Milan FC. Born in Ostend Belgium to Kenyan parents Divock Origi has last season played his professional football with Former EPL champions Liverpool before his contract came to an end last season.
Origi will be now signing another professional contract any time from now with AC Milan FC based in Italy. Origi has been a key player and game changer for Liverpool by scoring important winning goals for the club and we hope so he will continue like that next season while wearing AC Milan jersey.
The fact remain that Origi is a Kenyan since his parents are Kenyans the difference is that they have dual citizenship for both Kenya and Belgium. This are good news to Kenyan's and report says that Origi has arrived in Italy and he is waiting to sign a new contract with last season champion AC Milan. We wish Origi all the best in his football career.
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