The Champions League finalists have offered their Belgian forward a new deal with the club after his performances in the competition.
The attacker scored twice in Liverpool’s semi-final comeback against Barcelona to send the club to the final in Madrid but the striker is unsure if he wants to remain in Merseyside.
According to Belgian outlet HLN, Divock Origi is considering the contract extension amid interest from other clubs in Europe.
HLN also goes on to say that the forward will take his time on his decision because of the minimal amount of playing time he has had this season under Jurgen Klopp.
The 24-year-old has made 12 league appearances for his side and has scored three goals in this time. Origi does have seven Champions League appearances to his name while also starting once in the FA Cup.
Despite being involved in 20 first-team games, he only has 553 minutes of football to his name all season which isn’t enough for a player who ideally wants to be playing each week.