Just in case you haven’t heard the news (where have you been if this is the case?) Luis Suarez’s Liverpool future is once again up in the air. The Uruguayan made headlines for the second successive World Cup for all the wrong reasons as he sunk his teeth into the shoulder of Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini in the nations’ Group D clash – the third time he has performed such an act since November 2010. That’s right, just over three years.
Liverpool are currently holding crisis talks regarding the future of their controversial star, and a worst case scenario could well see Suarez ushered out of the Anfield exit door.
But with the 27-year-old having smashed 31 Premier League goals last season, selling him would mean that a replacement would have to be brought in if there is to be any chance of repeating their title charge of 2013/14.
There are numerous names out in the ether, and one is Belgian starlet Divock Origi. The Belgian forward netted a vital goal for his country at the World Cup over the weekend, and has since been linked with English teams. Not much is known about the Lille man, but here are six reasons he would be a good replacement for Suarez…
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