LIVERPOOL striker Divock Origi's price has reportedly been set ahead of a potential January exit from the club.

Origi has often been a name on Albion fans wish lists as a player that could come into the club and add to manager Graham Potter's options upfront.

It has emerged that the Belgian striker can leave the Reds for a fee of just £7million, that is £3million less than he was bought for in 2014, according to The Telegraph.

The Argus: Liverpool striker Divock OrigiLiverpool striker Divock Origi

At that price Origi could provide Albion with another Premier League experienced option in the attack.

Potter has already sanctioned the exits of Aaron Connolly and Jurgen Locadia. Connolly joined Middlesbrough on loan and Locadia left permanently to Bochum in Germany.

Neal Maupay and Danny Welbeck are the only senior strikers left at the club and with a physically demanding season, another option would do no harm.

Origi has scored 40 goals and assisted 16 in 167 appearances in all competitions for Liverpool since his move from Ligue 1 side Lille.

There would be lots of competition for the 26-year-old as Newcastle and West Ham have also been reported to be interested in his signature.