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Chelsea and Manchester United Interested in Danny Ings

Chelsea and Manchester United are the frontrunners to sign Danny Ings if he leaves his current club, Southampton.

His contract ends on June 30, 2022, however, the poor performance by his current club spices up the transfer.

Danny Ings’ value is €20 million and would be keen on playing for the bigger clubs. Also, the Blues are rumoured to consider him as their first big-name signing next summer.

Danny Ings – an alternative for Haaland at Chelsea?

Danny Ings had scored 42 goals and assisted 9 times in 88 matches for the Saints across all the tournaments. However, some horrible results like 9-0 defeats to Leicester City and the Red Devils have been influencing him to move away.

Liverpool bought the 28-year-old forward from Burnley and then he went on loan to Southampton. The latter however made a permanent deal to sign him.

However, as per football london, Chelsea are considering Ings as an alternative for Erling Haaland.

Thomas Tuchel would be keen on making his first move in the transfer window. Ings would be a cost-effective option for the Pensioners.

Another try to sign Ings by the Red Devils

Manchester United seem to be interested once again after the initial rumours six years ago. He was rumoured in 2015 but ultimately Liverpool signed him from Burnley.

According to the Athletic , Solskjaer’s side is interested in signing Danny Ings. However, it would be interesting whether he would join the side that defeated his current club 9-0.

He has also featured three times for the England national football team scoring one goal against Wales in an international friendly.

However, it seems Southampton are willing to offer him a contract to make him the most lucrative earner in the club’s history. He has also grabbed attention of other PL heavyweights like Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton.

The Saints face Chelsea next in the Premier League on Sunday.

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