Salary Divock Origi earns per week, month and year

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Divock Origi Salary: The Liverpool star, Origi’s earns £2,340,000 (Sh302Million) annual salary. He sits 21st in Liverpool F.C. 2019/20 Payroll with weekly salary of £45,000 (Sh5.8 million) – that is £20,000 less than Victor Wanyama’s earnings.

Origi was born 18 April 1995. He is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Liverpool and the Belgium national team. He is the son of former Kenyan professional footballer Mike Origi.

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Origi began his career at Lille, and scored on his professional debut for them in 2013. A year and a half later, he was signed for £10 million by Liverpool, who loaned him back to Lille for the 2014–15 Ligue 1 season.

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After struggling at Liverpool due to injuries and spending a year on loan abroad at Wolfsburg, Origi made a crucial contribution to the club during the 2018–19 season. After scoring the winning goal of the Merseyside derby at Anfield in the sixth minute of injury time, Origi scored twice against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final second leg comeback to send Liverpool through 4–3 on aggregate, before scoring the second goal in the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final as Liverpool won 2–0.

Origi made his international debut for Belgium in 2014, and was part of their team which reached the quarter-finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, during which he became the youngest goalscorer in Belgian World Cup history.

Origi began his career playing football at Genk’s youth academy where he spent nine years before signing for Lille in May 2010, aged 15, after turning down an approach by Manchester United.

Apart from the Divock Origi Salary, Mohamed Salah is the highest-paid player at Liverpool- earning £200,000 per-week with Kane, Tottenham’s best-paid player earning £150,000-a-week less than De Bruyne who is highest-paid player at Manchester City earning £350,000 weekly. Manchester United’s best-paid player, Alexis Sanchez who scored just twice in 27 appearances is said to be a drain on Manchester United’s finances with a weekly salary of £350,000.

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