West Ham signing Liverpool forward Divock Origi in January is an absolute no-brainer.

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Hammers boss David Moyes has been linked with a move to sign the £10 million-rated Liverpool hitman (Claret and Hugh).

And according to The Mirror, Origi has no future under Jurgen Klopp at Anfield.

West Ham manager Moyes desperately needs to bring another forward to the London Stadium in order to provide more competition and cover for Michail Antonio.

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Divock Origi in action for Liverpool against West Ham United last season (Photo by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

And the solution to the Hammers’ problem could very well be at Anfield.

West Ham signing Divock Origi from Liverpool an absolute no-brainer

The Belgium international could be available for just £10 million in January (Claret and Hugh).

Now come on, if that is true, Moyes shouldn’t think twice about bringing him to East London.

Amazingly, Origi is still just 26. He can play anywhere along the front-line, is willing to put in a real shift and has proven that he can produce the goods at the very highest level.

Divock Origi in action for Liverpool (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

The Liverpool hitman possesses a real burst of acceleration and perhaps if given regular game-time, everyone would start to see the best of the Belgian.

The 26-year-old would certainly provide strong cover for Michail Antonio and the two players could even play together as a front two should Moyes want to mix things up.


£10 million for the Liverpool man would be an absolute bargain.

Origi’s goals for Liverpool:

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And Moyes should not think twice about signing Origi in January.

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