West Ham could make a move for Liverpool ace in January – Good deal for the Hammers?

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David
Moyes
wants
to
sign
a
striker
in
January
to
continue
pushing
for
the
top-four
and
go
far
in
the
Europa
League
this
season.
With
Origi’s
contract
set
to
expire
next
summer,
it
is
understood
that
now
the
Hammers
are
contemplating
a
cut-price
deal
for
the
Belgian.


Origi’s
struggle
at
Anfield

Origi
has
been
an
essential
squad
player
for
the
Reds
over
the
past
couple
of
seasons.
He
has
produced
a
series
of
goal-scoring
displays
from
the
bench
as
an
impact
substitute.
But
he’s
struggled
to
usurp
Mo
Salah,
Sadio
Mane
or
Roberto
Firmino
for
a
starting
spot.
The
arrival
of
Diogo
Jota
also
has
pushed
the
striker
further
down
the
pecking
order
in
recent
years.
This
year
he
has
played
just
twice
in
the
league
and
considering
Liverpool’s
current
forward
line
that
is
unlikely
to
change
soon.


Good
deal
for
the
Hammers?

The
Hammers
are
stepping
on
a
tightrope
when
it
comes
to
their
situation
upfront
with
Michail
Antonio
as
their
only
recognized
striker.
The
31-year-old
also
has
dealt
with
his
fair
share
of
injury
problems
in
recent
times.
If
he
does
face
time
on
the
sideline
in
the
near
future,
it
could
seriously
hamper
their
progression
this
season.
In
that
aspect,
Origi
who
is
versatile
enough
to
play
anywhere
across
upfront
will
be
a
great
effective
solution.
He
will
be
a
cheap
addition
as
well
with
his
contract
set
to
end
in
the
summer.

But,
it
remains
to
be
seen
if
Liverpool
allow
the
player
to
leave
in
winter.
Jurgen
Klopp
will
be
without
Sadio
Mane
and
Mohamed
Salah
at
the
start
of
next
year
due
to
their
participation
in
AFCON.
Origi
is
expected
to
fill
up
that
void
in
that
period.
Hence,
unless
Liverpool
manage
to
land
one
or
two
attackers
in
winter,
it
can
be
hard
for
the
Hammers
to
get
a
deal
done.

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