At one time Liverpool supporters wanted Divock Origi kicked out of the time. His performance was at best below par that he was even omitted in the Belgium Fifa World Cup Squad. The forward latest exploits on the pitch will for sure guarantee him more playing time and, probably, a salary review. But it is Jurgen Klopp trust in the young player that paid off. Origi was loaned to VfL Wolfsburg but his stint in the club was woeful and he did not get to pen a permanent deal in the Bundesliga club. His return to Liverpool has seen him score crucial goals that led to the club winning their sixth Champions League trophy.
Divock Origi On Being Allowed More Playing Time
When Mourinho was asked why Klopp has never labeled himself as a great, the exManchester United gaffer replied: “Because he never win anything international, for example.” Its players like Origi who have proved Mourihno wrong.
Origi Final Game Against Tottenham
The Belgian forward came in as a substitute against Tottenham and scored a wonderful strike at the Wanda Metropolitano. He told Viasport about his exploits on the pitch:
‘It’s very emotional, it’s something you work so hard for,’ the striker told Viasport.
‘It’s special for the club, the team, the staff, the players, everyone. ‘The more you grow up you know life is not always easy but you have to keep fighting in difficult moments.
‘I’ve been getting more and more playing time to help the team and eventually that’s what I tried to do. ‘Whenever I start or come in I try to shine my light and believe in myself, today again I’m happy that I could help the team win this game.’
Salary Of Divock Origi
According to data from Total Sportek, Origi salary is Divock Origi – £55,000 (2020). Other Liverpool players earnings are:
Alberto Moreno – £40,000 (contract expires in 2019)
Joe Gomez – £60,000 (2024)
Simon Mignolet – £60,000 (2021)
Adam Lallana – £65,000 (2020)
Joel Matip – £70,000 (2020)
Dejan Lovren – £90,000 (2021)
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – £90,000 (2022)
Georginio Wijnaldum – £90,000 (2021)
Trent Alexander-Arnold – £100,000 (2024)
Fabinho – £100,000 (2023)
Jordan Henderson – £100,000 (2020)
Andrew Robertson – £100,000 (2024)
Alisson – £120,000 (2024)
Naby Keita – £120,000 (2023)
James Milner – £120,000 (2019)
Daniel Sturridge – 120,000 (2019)
Virgil van Dijk – £150,000 (2023)
Sadio Mane – £150,000 (2023)
Roberto Firmino – £180,000 (2023)
Mohamed Salah – £200,000 (2023)
Champions League Trophies Won By Liverpool