Divock Origi’s comeback to the Premier League was anticipated as a chance for him to regain form.

According to information from Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky, there is a tangible possibility that Divock Origi’s season-long loan at Nottingham Forest, which includes a buy option in their favor, might be terminated prematurely due to his struggle to make a significant impact.

In such a scenario, AC Milan, being Origi’s parent club, would need to explore alternative solutions for the Belgian forward. A potential move to the United States could be on the horizon, as several Major League Soccer (MLS) clubs, including Los Angeles FC, FC Dallas, and Cincinnati, have expressed interest.

Origi’s stint at Forest has seen him make just nine appearances, totaling 178 minutes of game time, with only two shots on goal. These statistics highlight his limited influence in a team currently fighting relegation.

As a former Liverpool player, Origi is under contract with AC Milan until June 30, 2026, and he receives a net salary of €4 million per season, making him one of the top earners. In the event of his return, the management at Milan would likely seek to secure a new club for him rather than retaining him for use in the second half of the season.

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