- West Ham’s new manager David Moyes is eyeing up a transfer raid on Liverpool
- Reports claim Moyes is keen to take Liverpool striker Danny Ings on loan
- Newcastle and Bournemouth are also said to be interested in the injury-prone star
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West Ham’s new manager David Moyes is reportedly keen to sign Liverpool striker Danny Ings on loan in the January transfer window as he looks to rebuild the struggling side inherited from Slaven Bilic.
The Scot replaced Bilic as Hammers boss this week after a poor run of form in the Premier League, and despite Ings’ poor recent record with injuries, he could be a useful addition up front.
According to the Sun, West Ham are one of three clubs chasing the 25-year-old, along with Newcastle and Bournemouth, while Moyes has a long-standing interest in the player after targeting him during his stint in charge of Real Sociedad.
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Liverpool could have bigger problems this January as the Daily Mail claim Barcelona could come back in for star attacker Philippe Coutinho, so Jurgen Klopp could do without losing more options up front.
Still, Ings’ future at Anfield is surely in some doubt anyway after playing just 12 games for the club in three seasons due to repeated injury problems.
The England international could perhaps benefit from a spell away on loan at the very least, though Klopp will be keen to make sure he will definitely get games if he does move to another Premier League club.