- West Brom targeting Liverpool striker Danny Ings
- West Ham and Newcastle also believed to be interested
- Ings has featured mainly for U23s so far this season
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Danny Ings looks set to have multiple offers coming his way when the January transfer window opens.
The Liverpool striker has been tipped to leave on loan in search of regular first team football as he continues his reintegration after missing much of last season through injury.
Ings’ cautious rehabilitation stems from the forward having suffered consecutive season-ending knee injuries in his two years at the club.
His cruel setbacks have restricted him to just 14 senior appearances since signing from Burnley in 2015, with the Englishman have featured predominantly for the U23s in the first half of the current campaign.
Despite his lack of minutes, Ings will seemingly have plenty of valuable opportunities to re-adapt to life in the Premier League.
Alan Pardew is keen to take the 25-year-old to West Brom as he looks to avoid relegation, according to the Independent’s Ed Malyon.
Ings is also supposedly attracting interest from West Ham and Newcastle, with the latter in desperate need of goals at the moment.
It seems unlikely Klopp would sanction a permanent departure for Ings having previously assured him of the time to rediscover his top form on Merseyside. One would assume his admirable commitment for Neil Critchley’s U23s has earned him the right to a fair chance to impress at Anfield.
Nonetheless, it’s undoubtedly time for him to step back into a more competitive first team environment and take the next significant stride towards reigniting his career.
With Liverpool’s attacking stars displaying no signs of giving up their starting spots, a loan move to a Premier League club would be ideal come the turn of the year.