Stefano Pioli does not see Divock Origi in his plans for the upcoming season, and Milan is currently awaiting offers for the former Liverpool forward.
Origi arrived at San Siro on a free transfer after his contract with Anfield ended, but his first season with Milan was disappointing, resulting in only two goals scored.
Despite his lackluster performance, the 28-year-old is one of Milan’s highest earners, drawing an annual salary of approximately €4 million, and his contract with the club runs until the summer of 2026.
Milan hopes to secure his departure before the summer transfer window closes, but there have been no official offers so far, as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport.
While there was interest from Saudi Arabia, Origi turned down the idea, expressing a preference for a return to the Premier League.
La Gazzetta reports that if Milan fails to find a suitable destination for Origi in the coming weeks, they will need to start preparing for the possibility that he remains with the club for the 2023-24 season.