Reports today claim that Burnley striker Danny Ings has his heart set on a move to Anfield this Summer.
Ings, who is out of contract in the Summer, held talks with David Moyes and Real Socieded recently but it seems that he has decided to stay in the Premiership with Liverpool.
Reds’ boss Brendan Rodgers reportedly made a late move for Ings in the January transfer window but Burnley refused to sanction any deal as they scrap against relegation.
And a move to Anfield would suit the Clarets as they would stand to receive around £6m in compensation from Liverpool for Ings were he to choose the move, whereas they would only get £300,000 from Real Socieded.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has already advised the striker to choose a domestic move and he has been linked with switches to Chelsea, Spurs, Manchester United and Manchester City as well as Liverpool.
Liverpool attempted to sign Ings towards the end of the January transfer window, but the player was convinced to stay at Turf Moor until the end of the season when his contract expires.
The twenty-two year old has scored nine goals for Burnley so far this season and is knocking on the door of Roy Hodgson’s England squad, but he faces stiff competition for a first call-up from Harry Kane, Charlie Austin and Saido Berahino.