England U-21 striker Danny Ings is set to decide on a move to either Liverpool or Tottenham Hotspur within the next 10 days, according to reports in The Telegraph.
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The Burnley man enjoyed a decent debut season in the Barclays Premier League – bagging a respectable 11 goals in 35 apperances for the Clarets – but is set to depart Turf Moor in the summer following the club’s relegation.
Ings is said to favour a move to Anfield, however, reports from Sky Sports claimed that Spurs had a £12million offer accepted by Burnley, despite him being out of contract next month.
As the forward is only 22, the Clarets will be due compensation from whichever side seals his signature, and it appears Ings will make a decision before he joins up with the national team for the UEFA European Under-21 Championships in the Czech Republic.
Tottenham are on the lookout for another striker to ease the burden on PFA Young Player of the Year Harry Kane, while the Reds’ goal-scoring problems during the season have been well documented and the signing of Ings would increase their firepower for next season.