Liverpool has allowed Divock Origi to leave on loan to Wolfsburg.
The Belgian has had a stop start career on Merseyside since he joined them for £14 million in 2014. He has had some good times in the Red shirt of Liverpool having been preferred to Daniel Sturridge at some point in the past two seasons.
But he failed to impress last season and his form seems to have not improved during preseason which has prompted the Reds to allow him to leave to further develop.
The arrival of Dominic Solanke means he would have to fight with three attackers to get a place in the lineup.
Origi was targeted by Tottenham this week and the Lilywhites were preparing to make an official offer for him this week but the Reds refused to sell him to a premier League team.
Origi’s dad wanted his son to also join Spurs but Liverpool have sent him to Germany, a loan fee is believed to have been paid for the attacker.