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Liverpool have fought off late interest from West Ham and Spurs to hold on to Belgian World Cup striker Divock Origi.
The Reds are understood to have agreed terms with the player after a £9.8million bid.
MirrorSport understands both London clubs offered the 19-year-old first team football in a bid to tempt him away from Anfield to the capital.
Origi, however, chose Liverpool because they can offer him Champions League action.
His Belgium teammate Jan Vertonghen has already tipped Origi to become a big hit in the English top flight. Spurs defender Vertonghen said: "He has the qualities to play for a good team in the Premier League and I think he shows it every game."
Comparing Origi to Manchester United starlet Adnan Januzaj, Vertonghen added: "Januzaj is someone a bit like Origi, there's no pressure and he plays like he's on the street."