LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - SUNDAY, APRIL 9th, 2006: The Paisley Gateway outside the Spion Kop at Liverpool Football Club's Anfield home. The gates are a tribute to the most successful manager in English football history, Bob Paisley OBE, who managed the Merseyside club from 1974-1983. (Pic by Dan Istitene/Propaganda)

Divock Origi heads to Boston to complete Liverpool move

Belgium forward Divock Origi is the latest player to head across to Boston to meet up with Liverpool and undergo a medical, following in the footsteps of Loic Remy earlier this week.


Remy underwent a medical on Tuesday ahead of his £8 million move, while Origi will cost a reported £9.8 million.

Sky Sports News report that Origi is now heading across to join up with the Liverpool squad in Boston to undergo his medical and complete his move.

The 19-year-old was spotted at Liverpool’s training ground before The Reds flew out to the US last week and will join the club but be loaned back to Lille for the 2014/15 season.

Liverpool will remain in Boston until Saturday, they then fly to Chicago where they play Olympiakos on Sunday evening.

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