Danny Ings implicit signing up for Reds might give him opportunity to work with Ancelotti

Danny Ings has ended thinking of his football future and has decided to move where he really wants to play reports say.

Goal’s understanding that Liverpool won the battle in recruiting Ings implies that Burnley’s No. 10 has made his decision to pursue his next season on Anfield to help the Reds for their campaign on English Premier League which will result to rejecting several propositions offered by other interested teams like Tottenham who was enthusiast in signing the 22-year old striker and who is willing to pay £12M to Ings’ former club.

Ings’ winning goal against Aston Villa last May 24 which would be his last goal for the Clarets and of the season has enabled him to tally a total of 11 goals on the 2014/15 playing period urging, aside from Tottenham Hotspur, numerous football clubs like Manchester United and Real Sociedad to display their interest on the Burnley man.

As included on Livepool Echo’s editorial, the England Under-21 player expressed his blues on leaving the club and expressed his gratitude to Burnley FC and all the people who supported him in his stay with Clarets.

“It’s a sad time for me.” he said.

“But that’s football and it happens with every player. I thank everyone from the fans to the staff, everyone’s been fantastic.” added by Ings

The Burnley’s striker’s move might give him the privilege to be under the supervision of the Italian manager and recently fired Real Madrid’s head coach Carlos Ancelotti if the latter would consider Liverpool’s managerial job proposal before pursuing his plan to take a break from the football pitch on the next season.

Reds talking to Ancelotti about the possibility of taking charge the club squad has been triggered by the same fruitless crusade of the English team on the Premier League with their present boss Brendan Rogers.

 

 

 

 

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