The 19 year old Belgian has inspired for Lille as he keeps on gainning knowledge in France before joining the Reds one year from now.
Liverpool’s bound striker Divock Origi can turn into “a positively extraordinary player” for the Reds, accepts Lille defender Simon Kjaer.
The Belgium international player Origi was marked by Brendan Rodgers over the mid year and quickly lent once again to the Ligue 1 club of the season.
The 19 year old has scored five goals in 14 appearances for Lille so far in 2014-15 and Kjaer contends that his young team-mate has no true shortcoming.
“He could be a positively extraordinary player for Liverpool,” the Dane told the Daily Mirror. “He has got extraordinary potential and could turn into one of the best players in his position.
“Origi is one of the best abilities I have ever played with in Italy, Germany or France. I have doubtlessly about his potential.”
“He’s still exceptionally adolescent and it was a clever move to give him a chance to develop one more season with Lille yet he’s got the complete bundle – physically, technically and incredible pace. ”
“An unique thing about him is that he has no genuine frail spots which he needs to take a shot at. Rather he can simply deal with the things he’s now great at. That is an enormous focal point. ”
“He really flexible. We can utilize him on both sides and in advance too. Presently I have played with Origi for a year and he truly appears to have a decent mindset. He is a committed ace at his young age.”
With Mario Balotelli battling for structure since his €20 million change from AC Milan, Liverpool have been rumored to be seeking after an early review to Anfield for Origi, however Lille coach Rene Girard is unyielding that no such approach has been made and hopes to keep the young person until the late spring.