Liverpool and Ings come to an agreement on striker’s future

first_imgBut with Roberto Firmino occupying the central striker’s position in an attack which also contains Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, Ings recognises his chances of more minutes are slim.Team-mates, his manager and fans admire his work ethic and dedication and he is unlikely to be short of interest. Crystal Palace have been linked, as have Leicester, Wolves and West Ham, while The Telegraph also claim Bundesliga clubs Schalke, Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig have all made previous enquires about his availability. Danny Ings has decided his best chance of playing regularly is away from Liverpool.The striker has two years left to run on his contract and the club would prefer him to stay, however, the 25-year-old is understood to have come to an ‘amicable agreement’ to leave. Ings joined Liverpool from Burnley in 2015, but has been unable to get his career on Merseyside going because of a series of injuries.He ruptured his cruciate ligaments in his first training session under manager Jurgen Klopp in October 2015. Then, 13 months later he was back only to suffer cartilage damage in an EFL Cup tie against Tottenham, which ended his season early for the second campaign running.According to The Telegraph, Klopp would have preferred the striker to stay and Liverpool are expected not to ask for a prohibitive fee for the player.Since his move, the striker has played just 25 times, scoring four goals, with his strike against West Brom in April being his first Premier League goal in 930 days. Ings scores against Wes Brom in April 2 Jurgen Klopp is a huge admirer of Ings’ 2last_img read more

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