The Belgium international is set to join the Bundesliga side Wolfsburg on a season-long deal, according to the Guardian.
The German club will pay £6m loan fee to Liverpool and will also cover the player’s salary for the whole season.
Divock Origi is currently struggling to get first-team football with Daniel Sturridge, Roberto Firmino and Dominic Solanke in the pecking order of Klopp’s squad.
Meanwhile, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain passed his medical ahead of his switch from Arsenal to Liverpool. The midfielder is expected to be announced no later than today.
Yet, the arrival of the Gunners’ midfielder will not stop the Merseyside club from pursuing AS Monaco winger Thomas Lemar, who the Reds have been highly interested in with the deadline around the corner.