Liverpool striker Divock Origi has been linked with a summer move to Aston Villa.
The Belgian international has become very much a bit part player at Anfield this season, and is looking to play regular first team football.
And, with reports from Spain indicating that the Premier League champions could be set to bid for Real Sociedad forward Alexander Isak when the transfer window opens, Origi could find himself very much surplus to requirements on Merseyside.
His situation is also being tracked by Premier League rivals Newcastle United and Wolves, and he was linked with a move to Molineux in January at one stage. Origi is valued at £17 million.
Villa are looking to boost their striking options ahead of next season, with Kieron Davis the back-up to Ollie Watkins at the moment. However, he is yet to score or provide an assist in 25 Premier League games, most of those off the bench.
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