Danny Ings to leave Liverpool in search of first-team football

Tanya Simon
July 1, 2018

A number of Liverpool's first-team regulars will be absent for parts of the preseason as those competing at the World Cup in Russian Federation will be granted a break by Jurgen Klopp.

Having spent a large chunk of his term at Anfield out of the squad due to consistent injury issues, Liverpool's forward Danny Ings has reportedly chose to leave Merseyside to find opportunities to reshape his career.

Solanke moved to Liverpool last July on a free transfer, although Chelsea were entitled to compensation due to the fact they offered him a new contract and that he was under the age of 24 at the time of his move.

Ings was a determined player, and made 14 appearances at the end of the season, after a long struggle back to fitness, even featuring in the Champions League run.

"There will be suitors from Premier League clubs this time round too but, intriguingly, interest also from overseas", continued Fifield.

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

Ings rejected moves in the last three transfer windows and has been linked with several Premier League clubs including Tottenham and former club Burnley, as well as RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen in Germany and Inter Milan in Italy.

Tottenham Hotspur are expected to bid for the 22-year-old.

But the only way he'll know for certain is by playing games on a weekly basis, something that won't happen at Liverpool with the likes of Mane, Firmino and Salah around.

But the German is set to bow to Ings' wishes and sanction a deal for him to leave before the start of the new season.

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