Divock Origi

by MKhanal 27 Dec,2017
Divock Origi
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet 2 Inch
Personal Info
  • Father Mike Origi
  • Mother Linda Adhiambo
  • Birth Name Divock Okoth Origi
  • Net Worth $10 million
  • Birth Country Ostend, Belgium
  • Salary $4,316,000
  • Famous Name Divock Origi
  • Nationality Belgian
  • Currently Club Liverpool

Divock Origi is a Belgian professional football player who is currently playing as a forward for AC Milan and the Belgium national team. The 27 years old right-footed forward has played for clubs like Lille and VfL Wolfsburg. 

A full international since 2006, Origi reportedly makes £87,000 weekly and has an estimated net worth of over $10 million. Regarding his personal life, the hunk is possibly single and unmarried. 

How Much Is Divock Origi Net Worth In 2022? Know His Salary and Endorsements

Divock Origi has an estimated net worth of over $10 million in 2022, including all of his properties and earnings. Currently, he is receiving a weekly wage of €87,000 which is equal to €4,316,000 per annum from his present club.

Back in 2017, his weekly wage is believed to be about £35,000.

The only source of his income is from football as he isn't linked with any endorsing brands or companies. In 2019, his market value was recorded to be €20 Million. 

Additionally, he owns a few lists of the world's expensive cars including the Porsche Cayenne, which starts at $65,700. Besides, there is no information about real estate properties owned by him. 

Divock Origi Personal Life; Is he Married?

Divock Origi is currently single, and the 27 years old forward is currently more focused on his career rather than being interested in a relationship or girlfriend. There is no speculation of him being engaged in any relationship or having a partner.

We can get it through his private social media sites too, he hasn't yet shared any posts regarding his love life. Instead, he is often seen visiting his parents and mostly goes out with his family.

Divock Origi Bio and Early Life

Divock Origi was born as Divock Okoth Origi, on 18 April 1995, in Ostend, Belgium. He was born to Belgian parents, Mike Origi and Linda Adhiambo, in Ostend, Belgium.

His father is a former Kenyan professional footballer. He has a sister whose name is Natasha Origi. Talking about his nationality, he is a Belgian citizen.

Divock Origi Professional Career


Divock Origi began his professional football career in 2013, after being promoted from the B team of the club in 2012. He was signed with the club in 2010 and began playing for the 2nd team. He made his senior team debut on 24 January 2013, against Plabennec. He scored in his competitive league debut on 3 February 2013, against Troyes. His two seasons with the club ended with a total of 51 appearances and 8 goals.


Origi then signed with the premier league club Liverpool on 29 July 2014, signing to a five-year contract with the club. After his move, he was immediately loaned back to Lille for the 2014-15 season.

Loan to Lille

He scored a goal in his first game for the club against Caen to secure a 1–0 win for his side. He scored a hat-trick for Lille in a 3–0 league win against Rennes on 15 March 2015.

Return to Liverpool

He scored a goal on 14 July 2015 in his return to Liverpool in a non-competitive friendly against Thai All-Stars. He made his competitive debut for the club on 12 September 2015, against Manchester United. He scored his first Liverpool goal, scoring a hat-trick in a 6–1 away win over Southampton on 2 December 2015.

He scored his first Premier League goal on 13 December 2015. He was further sent on a loan to Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg in 2017 and returned to his parent club in 2018. He is a good friend of his teammate, Coutinho

In 2022, The player moved to Italy and joined AC Milan on a free transfer. 

Divock Origi International Career

Divock Origi has represented his national side in Belgium in several tournaments at both junior and senior levels. He made his senior international debut against Algeria coming on as a substitute for Romelu Lukaku on 17 June 2014.

He scored his first professional international goal against Russia to qualify the Red Devils for the knockout stage on 24 June 2014. He was named the Young Talent of the 2014 Belgian Sportsman of the year awards. He has won 32 caps for his national side scoring 3 goals. He supports Hazard, Lukaku, and De Bruyne in the forward line.


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