3 Ideal Premier League destinations for this £60,000-a-week Liverpool star including Everton

Three Premier League destinations for out-of-favour Liverpool striker Danny Ings

According to a report by The Telegraph, out-of-favour Liverpool striker Danny Ings is set to leave Anfield this summer. Despite boasting of immense potential at one point, Ings has failed to make things work for him on Merseyside.

In fact, his time at Liverpool has been blighted with injuries and lack of form, which significantly ate away his first-team opportunities.

Now, with the likes of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane having firmly established their spots in Liverpool’s starting line-up, there seems to be no room for Ings at the club. With that in mind, here are 3 Premier League clubs the £60,000-a-week could join this summer.

Everton

Moving to Liverpool’s Merseyside rivals might be frowned upon by numerous fans but it must be noted that Everton are undergoing a massive rebuilding phase right now. Despite their inconsistent campaign, the Toffees finished 8th in the Premier League last season. But that is not good enough.

Danny Ings

To be fair, Everton are capable of achieving greater things and it looks like they will do so with Marco Silva at the helm.

Although the Toffees have Cenk Tosun to lead their line, Ings’ experience and technical understanding of the Premier League would set him apart from the Turkey international. Hence, he could become a key figure for Silva at Goodison Park next season.

Burnley

Burnley enjoyed a splendid campaign under Sean Dyche last season. In fact, they almost booked a spot for themselves in the top-six but due to Arsenal’s late resurgence, the Clarets had to settle for a 7th-place finish. Nevertheless, Burnley are not to be undermined and they are gearing up for bigger things as they look to compete in the Europa League next season.

And in such a situation, a player of Ings’ calibre should certainly come in handy for Burnley. Before joining Liverpool, the striker was a fan-favourite at Turf Moor. Now, in the current scenario, the club and the player could benefit by reuniting once again.

Danny Ings

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves shattered all expectations last season as they lifted the Championship trophy. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men put in some scintillating performances en-route to returning to the Premier League.

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Despite their successes in the Championship last season, it goes without saying that life in the top-flight will be anything but a cakewalk. Hence, Wolves could utilize a player such as Ings, who could be prolific in front of goal for them.

Written by Meghna Sengupta

Editor @ Soccersouls. Lives in Chennai, and a Manchester United fan.
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