Liverpool could see fee for striker increase beyond £10m if England cap is won

Liverpool forward Danny Ings is set for some level of involvement in England’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania on Monday night and if the former Burnley man wins his first national team cap then the Anfield side may be forced to fork out in excess of £10m for the 23-year-old according to the Daily Telegraph.

Ings completed his move to Liverpool in June, his Turf Moor contract having expired, and as yet the Professional Football Compensation Committee has not come to an agreement on how much the Merseyside club must pay for the striker.

Liverpool hope to fork out around £6m for Ings but it appears the fee may be far higher, not least as the summer signing has scored three goals in five starts this term.


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Ings scored 11 Premier League goals last term but his efforts were unable to prevent Sean Dyche’s side suffering the drop to the Championship and it was inevitable he would then look to secure a move away from Burnley.

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