Reds have been scouting the attacker on a number of occasions of late.
Premier League giants Liverpool are weighing up making a surprise move for in-form Burnley front man Danny Ings in the January transfer window, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
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The Merseysiders have by all accounts been keeping close tabs on the England Under-21 international of late with Ings having been in great form in front of goal for the Championship outfit all season long.
In fact so far in this campaign Ings has managed to register an impressive 21 goals and seven assists in total in just 30 matches in all competitions for both club and country, including an equally eye-catching 14 strikes and four assists in only 23 league outings for his club, red-hot attacking numbers that may now led to a stunning move to Anfield this month.
Ings, 21, was even called up by England U21 boss Gareth Southgate last November to make his Three Lions bow, with the attacker netting twice against San Marino on his debut.
However, with the Englishman currently contracted to Burnley until June 30 2015, the Reds know that Ings will not be cheap to buy in the winter transfer window, with Rodgers expected to have to fork out as much as £8m in order to be able to persuade the Clarets to part company with their prolific marksman.