According to reports from Eurosport, Tottenham Hotspur are considering a summer season move for Southampton striker Danny Ings.
The report declares that Spurs are ‘monitoring the circumstance’ of the 28- year-old striker ahead of a possible summer season bid.
After a nightmare spell at Liverpool, Ings has actually enjoyed an abundant vein of type at St Mary’s, however his long-term future at the club remains in doubt.
According to reports from the Daily Mail, the Saints might be forced to offer him this summer season with the club struggling to fulfill his wage needs.
Ings, who is on a ₤75,000 per week deal at Southampton, has a contract at the club until 2022, and the Saints are desperate to agree fresh terms with the striker who scored 25 goals for them last season in all competitions.
Ralph Hasenhuttl remains confident of keeping Ings at the club however has actually hinted that the club might be forced to offer him in the summer season.
Spurs signed Carlos Vinicius on a season-long loan in the summer transfer window and they have an option to sign him completely by paying a more ₤38 million.
Eurosport claim that Spurs are now planning to check out whether Ings is seriously considering his future which they will assemble a bid for him at the end of the season.
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Ings has actually scored 7 goals and offered three helps this season for the Saints in the Premier League, and he would be an outstanding finalizing for Spurs.
Jurgen Klopp was a huge fan of the player and the Liverpool boss paid a wholehearted homage to the striker when he left for the Saints. He hailed him as an ‘outstanding’ young boy.
” It is a very odd feeling biding farewell to Danny– the most significant emotion is how much we will miss him,” said Klopp.
” He is such an exceptional boy. Honestly, if you could bottle character and spirit, his would sell worldwide– he is so incredibly favorable and full of energy. However we will not simply miss his character due to the fact that he is a footballer who has all the tools.”
However, a relocate to Spurs may seem too tempting on paper, and Ings may decide versus joining them.
A great deal of good strikers have actually failed to develop themselves at Spurs as it isn’t easy to dislodge Harry Kane from the starting line-up.
Ings is playing frequently and enjoying his game. While he would welcome new challenges, it will not be ideal for him to warm the bench again when he has plenty of football left in him.