The cult figure is on his way out, with a rumoured move to Serie A champions AC Milan, bringing an end to his Anfield career, which lasted just under eight years.
Origi was injured during Liverpool’s 3-1 win against Wolves at Anfield, but he could still play in the Champions League final due to a ‘minor muscle issue.’
His contribution will not be forgotten by his colleagues or the supporters, with Jurgen Klopp’s players forming a guard of honour to say farewell to the Belgian striker.
The Kop also displayed a hilarious but poignant banner reading, ‘Football without Origi is nothing.’
One of the 27-year-most old’s memorable nights came in front of that very end of the Anfield crowd when he scored twice against Barcelona as Liverpool rallied from 3-0 down in the Champions League semi-finals.
A 4-0 win on the night advanced the Reds to the final in Madrid, where Origi scored again as Liverpool won their sixth European title with a 2-0 triumph over Tottenham.
He’s also been a consistent thorn in Everton’s side, netting six goals in Merseyside derbies, the most of any foreign player in the fixture’s history.
Since joining from Lille in 2014, the Belgian has been a bit-part player, but his effect has been enormous, scoring a series of vital goals to help Liverpool achieve success under Klopp.
Following his guard of honour, Origi was presented with a copy of ‘The Champions Wall,’ which depicts his contribution to Liverpool’s trophy count, which was given to club owner John Henry and other members of the Fenway Sports Group.
He also paraded the newly won FA Cup onto the pitch, as Liverpool displayed their two domestic championships this season.
When Liverpool plays Real Madrid in the Champions League final, they will have the opportunity to add another prize to their impressive collection. Could Origi have one last hurrah in Paris?