Turkish Giants Compete With Crystal Palace For Liverpool Forward Set For Anfield Exit After Burnley Snub

Liverpool striker Danny Ings is set to leave the club over the summer in order to secure first-team football according to the BBC.

The striker has struggled with knee injuries since making his move from Burnley to the Reds for £8m in 2015.

Turkish giants Fenerbahce have entered the race for the 25-year-old according to the Gunes newspaper.

Yellow Canaries sporting director Damien Comolli is in talks with Ings’ agent Jan Heuckeroth an offer and is set for talks over a summer transfer.

The bookmakers however, had Burnley as favorites to sign the striker but the latest reports suggest the Premier League side have snubbed Ings.

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The Burnley Express report that Ings will not be returning to Turf Moor.

Fenerbahce could face competition from Crystal Palace for Ings’ signature.

The Independent report that the Eagles are interested in moving for the striker after reports he will be leaving Anfield.

Fenerbahce have made signing a new striker a priority after selling Fernandao.

Additionally, Vincent Janssen has returned to Tottenham on loan leaving the Yellow Canaries needing at least one striker next season.