Date: 2nd February 2015 at 2:32pm
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Liverpool target and Burnley striker Danny Ings has agreed to join La Liga side Real Sociedad in the summer, according to the Daily Star. 

The 22-year-old has scored seven Premier League goals this season, form which has attracted the interest of Brendan Rodgers.

Ings is out of contract at Turf Moore in the summer, and reports suggested Liverpool were keen to sign him this month for a cut price fee before loaning him back to Burnley for the remainder of the season.

However, reports suggest Ings has signed a pre-contract agreement with Socidedad – a club managed by former Manchester United boss David Moyes.

As Ings is under 23 years old, Burnely will be due compensation when he departs Turf Moor – which would have cost the Reds £3million.

But Sociedad will only have to pay £300,000 compensation, allowing them to tempt Ings with an offer of £60,000-a-week.


One response to “LFC target Ings agrees to summer move”

  1. Geoff Price says:

    Well the Imposter Rodgers has now said he is happy with what he’s got, and this will be a quite transfer window. So just lets hope sick note (Sturridge) stays injury free because we certainly need him. What we don’t need is smarmy smooth talking arrogant manager. I am sick and tired of listening to him blurting out his constant excuses. I have come to the conclusion long ago that you are not what you think you are. Time will tell how long FSG will tolerate your mismanagement of this football club. Respect for you is at Zero and I want out you and far away from this club as possible, never in all of my years watching my beloved Reds have I felt bitter towards a manager. In my eyes you appear both deluded and clueless at times. I can now see what Andy Carroll was saying about you…..have you no shame.