Danny Ings update as Reds set asking price

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Southampton have completed the signing of Liverpool's Danny Ings from on an initial season-long loan with an obligation to buy the striker on a permanent deal.

Although he was reportedly left disappointed by Jurgen Klopp's decision to move for Alisson, he's still expected to remain as part of the first team picture with the Reds for the season ahead where he's expected to be their second choice stopper.

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.

The source added that the fee will include £18m guaranteed with a further £2m in add-ons based on appearances.

Danny Ings departed Liverpool on Thursday with a message of luck for the club he has called home for the past three years.

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The 25-year-old was seen begging Liverpool supporters for forgiveness in the immediate aftermath of the defeat to Real. Capped once by England, he was keen to move on this summer in a bid to play regular football.

Southampton manager Mark Hughes believes Ings is an ideal fit for them.

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

New goalkeeper Alisson started for Liverpool, before Loris Karius was given a rousing reception when he replaced the Brazilian in the second half, just over two months after suffering concussion and making two terrible errors in the Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid.

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