Sport Burnley entitled to £2.3m of Liverpool's sale of Ings

20:40  10 august  2018
20:40  10 august  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Danny Ings set to sign for Crystal Palace

  Danny Ings set to sign for Crystal Palace Liverpool striker Danny Ings is on the verge of completing a move to Crystal Palace. We understand that Ings is set to join Palace in a deal that could be worth up to £24m, including add-ons. Ings has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs throughout the summer, with Southampton having been thought of as the favourites for his signature. Liverpool are looking to offload some of their fringe players as Jurgen Klopp wants to reduce the size of his squad after a hefty summer spending spree, which included mega-money deals for Fabinho and Alisson. Ings joined Liverpool from Burnley in 2015 for a fee in the region of £8m, which was agreed as compensation after his contract had expired at Burnley. Due to injuries, the 26-year-old has only been able to amass 24 appearances for Liverpool in his three years at the club, scoring four goals. Perhaps his most memorable moment in a Reds shirt came when he scored the opening goal in Liverpool’s 1-1 draw against Everton in October 2015. Barring any last minute hiccups, Ings should be a Crystal Palace player before the transfer window closes.

Daniel William John Ings (born 23 July 1992) is an English professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Southampton, on loan from Liverpool , and the England national team.

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Liverpool will receive a fee believed to be worth £18m next summer when their sale of Danny Ings to Southampton is confirmed, but Burnley look set to receive £2.3m from the transfer, according to the Liverpool Echo.

The Reds signed Ings back in 2015 after his contract at Turf Moor had expired, following the club’s relegation down to the Championship.

It was a complex deal for Liverpool to recruit Ings, though, in which they were forced to pay a sum of £6.5m to Burnley as part of a compensation package.

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This, according to the Echo, also included an agreed clause between the two clubs, which entitles Burnley to a 20% cut of any future sale of Ings.

Palace to sign Danny Ings from Liverpool in £24m deal

  Palace to sign Danny Ings from Liverpool in £24m deal Crystal Palace are set to sign Liverpool forward Danny Ings in a big-money move. We understand that Ings is set to join Palace in a deal that could be worth up to £24m, including add-ons. Ings has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs throughout the summer, with Southampton having been thought of as the favourites for his signature. Liverpool are looking to offload some of their fringe players as Jurgen Klopp wants to reduce the size of his squad after a hefty summer spending spree, which included mega-money deals for Fabinho and Alisson. Ings joined Liverpool from Burnley in 2015 for a fee in the region of £8m, which was agreed as compensation after his contract had expired at Burnley. Due to injuries, the 26-year-old has only been able to amass 24 appearances for Liverpool in his three years at the club, scoring four goals. Perhaps his most memorable moment in a Reds shirt came when he scored the opening goal in Liverpool’s 1-1 draw against Everton in October 2015. Barring any last minute hiccups, Ings should be a Crystal Palace player before the transfer window closes.

Liverpool have been told they must pay Burnley up to £ 8 m for striker Danny Ings , a record for a tribunal ruling. Burnley will also receive 20% of any profit on a future sale . Bournemouth, who sold Ings to Burnley for £ 1 m in August 2011, will receive a proportion of the fee, expected to be about £

Liverpool initially offered £ 6 m for Danny Ings , seen here after scoring against Norwich City. Ings left Turf Moor when his contract expired at the end of last season but, as he is under 24, Burnley were entitled to Burnley will get 20% of any profit that Liverpool make on the sale of the striker.

The 26-year-old joins Southampton on an initial season-long loan before the move is then made permanent, with Ings set to then put pen to paper on a three-year contract at St Mary’s Stadium.

Then, as of July 1 2019, Liverpool will receive a transfer fee for Ings, with a small cut going to Burnley.

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Ings happy with his Southampton debut .
Danny Ings was happy to have made his Southampton debut against Burnley on Sunday. The forward joined the Saints on an initial season-long loan deal only on Thursday night but was thrown in at the deep end by Mark Hughes, as he made his first appearance for his hometown club against the Clarets. Ings was brought on alongside Mohamed Elyounoussi early in the second-half and influenced proceedings, adding an extra edge to Southampton’s attacking play. The 26-year-old striker also had a strong penalty appeal turned down in the closing stages of the match, as Ben Mee appeared to make contact with Ings in the box. Nevertheless, Ings was content with the way his first outing as a Southampton player and told the club’s official website of his desire to continue adjusting to the way his new side play. “At the moment, I’m getting used to the way the team play – I wanted to come on and get a feel for the football they play. We play good football here and there are some really, really good players. It’s a pleasure to work with them.” “There were a lot of spaces coming deep, so I drifted into those pockets, got on the ball and tried to play people in. I want to show people it’s not all about running in behind for me – I can come short and play too.” Ings’ move to Southampton will be made permanent next summer, with the player set to pen a three-year contract at the club. “I’m going to build on that performance and do the best I can for the club.

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