Merseyside outfit Liverpool are looking to offload Englishman Danny Ings, with the Reds expecting to generate more than a fee of £20m for the player.
The player has not been the same since he picked up a long-term injury while on international duty and was recovering slowly to find form. However, since he has regained fitness he has failed to impress the German manager and has fallen down the pecking order to Roberto Firmino.
After spending some time trying hard to earn a spot in Jurgen Klopp’s starting eleven, he has now decided that it is time to move on with his career and will look to revive it, with a move away from Anfield.
Though the former Borussia Dortmund manager did not want to part ways with the attacker, his desire to play first team football left him with no choice and he had to see him leave this summer.
He was linked with a move to Crystal Palace for quite some time, with Zaha being linked witha Stamford Bridge move. Though he eventually ended up joining Southampton on loan for the 2018-19 campaign, after that move didn’t happen, it seems that this deal could become a permanent one if he does manage to impress.
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— Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 9, 2018
However, if the player can impress at the St. Marys’, the Saints will look to complete a deal for his services and the deal could generate a fee of around £20m, if they trigger that clause at the end of the current campaign.
It was confirmed that Klopp wanted to see Ings as a backup to Firmino, though the Englishman was not interested to play second fiddle to anyone. Due to this, the Merseyside outfit had to let him go. He is another player who was unlucky to get injured just when his career was taking off, though he still has a lot of time to revive it and be the best once again.
He is still just 26 and if he can find his feet under Mark Hughes, he can really look to win some major titles in the years to come. However, for that purpose he will first have to fight hard and earn a place in their starting eleven, which will not be easy.