Does Origi have a future at Liverpool?
Wanting to fulfil his ambition of winning major trophies and regularly playing in the Champions League, the 27-year-old scoring monster said that he wants an honest conversation with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
But Windass has suggested a move to Anfield, with Liverpool in desperate need of a prolific number nine to score the goals that Roberto Firmino has been unable to in order to make them title challengers again.
Despite enjoying both Champions League and Premier League success in the last three years, the Brazilian has netted just 30 league goals during that period, which is just under half of what Kane managed, and in fewer appearances.
Former Premier League striker Windass told This is Futbol:
“I think Harry would be interested, who wouldn’t want to sign for Liverpool?
“That’s the question, would they go and spend £150m, I don’t think they would.”