Danny Ings: I wish LFC all the success

Danny Ings: I wish LFC all the success

Danny Ings: I wish LFC all the success

Liverpool have confirmed that Danny Ings has joined Southampton on an initial one year loan deal set to become permanent next summer, when Southampton will pay £20m for the striker.

Now, The Mirror report that Southampton are chasing a Premier League-sanctioned extension in order to try and push through a late deal for Liverpool striker Danny Ings, with the Saints cutting it very, very fine.

As well as bringing in Alisson from Roma - a move which made the Brazilian the most expensive goalkeeper of all time - Liverpool have also brought in his countryman Fabinho from Monaco, Xherdan Shaqiri from Stoke and Naby Keita from RB Leipzig.

Roberto Firmino, Georginio Wijnaldum and Daniel Sturridge scored the goals at Anfield, which hosted its first club friendly for four years. Capped once by England, he was keen to move on this summer in a bid to play regular football. It's his home, his family is there, it's his boyhood club.

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Southampton boss Mark Hughes is delighted to have secured the signing of Ings on Deadline Day. Southampton submitted a deal sheet to the Premier League shortly before the 5pm deadline, and the deal was completed shortly after. The club also wished Ings all the best at St. Mary's.

Appearing on Talksport, Murphy claimed that just two of Liverpool's players would make it into the Manchester City starting line-up.

Otherwise, there were no further exits at Anfield with Marko Grujic and Sheyi Ojo remaining at the club for now - though both could sign a loan deal to the Football League or make a permanent move overseas before the end of the month.

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