Origi became an unlikely hero for Liverpool last season after popping up with vital - usually late - goals in the Premier League and Champions League. The 24-year-old made a substitute appearance in a 2-2 draw with Madagascar in his first game since the injury sustained playing for Liverpool against Barcelona in the Champions League on May 12.
In all competitions, the African attacker was our second highest goal-scorer, he netted 26 goals and provided 5 assists in 49 starts.
But we are not quite sure why the manager would choose to part ways with Divock Origi given that he already has a shortage of centre-forwards.
Given his superb job at Liverpool, and previously with his hugely successful spells at Mainz and Borussia Dortmund, Klopp has unsurprisingly been linked with some of football's top jobs recently, not least the German national team position.
"Of course we move on".
The Merseysiders rounded off a superb campaign in 2018-19 by winning the Champions League, after amassing a club-record points tally in the Premier League. But why should we forget it?
"It always gives you the will to win more" the Belgian striker added.
"We will try to go for a second one and win as much as possible, but we need to focus game by game again, do the same as last season, try and prepare as well as possible and then in the end, hopefully we'll have a good result". We came (back) with a lot of energy. The 27-year-old had been a regular feature in Klopp's team up until February when he dropped down the pecking order.
In addition, Kosicke pointed out that Germany coach Joachim Low is also on a contract that runs out in 2022 and indicated that taking charge of Die Mannschaft is not out of the question for his client.
The victory parade through Liverpool, Klopp said, should be an inspiration.