David Norris has called for Leeds United to tempt Liverpool outcast Divock Origi to Elland Road on transfer deadline day.
The Whites have gone into the final day of the window having welcomed two fresh faces to Yorkshire, with Junior Firpo completing a £13million switch from Spanish giants Barcelona and Valerenga goalkeeper Kristoffer Klaesson making the move.
Jack Harrison has also joined on a permanent basis following a succession of loan spells from Manchester City.
But Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa may make a late move for a striker who could provide competition for Patrick Bamford, with former Premier League striker Kevin Phillips suggesting Origi should be on the Argentinian’s radar.
The speculation comes after it was reported that Liverpool would allow the Belgium international to leave Anfield if a bid between £15million and £20million were to be lodged.
Origi, 26, has yet to make an appearance this season and former Leeds midfielder Norris believes Elland Road could be the perfect destination for the 6 ft 1 attacker.
He exclusively told Football FanCast: “I think it would be a good fit and I would like that to go through.
“He’s not going to play regularly at Liverpool and, if he has that ambition of playing regular football, now is the time to go.
“I think the attributes he has and the players Leeds have would make it a good signing.”