Published: Sun, July 01, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Danny Ings Set for Exit in Latest Rumours

Danny Ings Set for Exit in Latest Rumours

The England global has struggled with a knee injury since joining the Anfield side in 2015 from Burnley for a reported fee of £8m.

Due to two serious knee injuries however, he has not had the opportunity to show off what he's capable off, and has been sidelined for the majority of his two seasons with the club.

At 25-years-old, the former Burnley starlet needs to get regular games under his belt and you seriously wonder if he'd be able to do that with Harry Kane at the club.

The striker has reportedly made a decision to move away from Anfield as he looks to play on a more regular basis.

It's thought that despite an attempt to keep Ings, Liverpool are understanding of his wish to move on after an injury-blighted three years on Merseyside. Stoke, West Ham, and West Brom were all eager to sign him and recently Newcastle is reported to make a move for the forward.

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Origi spent last season on loan at Wolfsburg, but netted just seven times in 36 appearances.

The available players will return to training on Monday as Reds boss Jurgen Klopp begins preparations for next Premier League season.

Wallace claims the club will "not ask for a prohibitive fee" for the striker, which perhaps given the current climate means Ings could leave for around £10-15 million. Ings believes it's time to uplift the new challenge and keen to further his reputation as a top striker.

I think it could be a good deal between both parties as Liverpool are also willing to dethrone Premier League champions Manchester City and for that, they are looking for more stronger options to inject quality in attack.

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