The name ‘Danny Ings’ is certainly one for the future, and the Bournemouth striker is already attracting a host of top flight clubs, with the likes of Newcastle, Liverpool, Fulham and Celtic battling for his signature.
The 19 year old sensation has provoked interest after displaying his quality on the pitch, plus netting eight times during his debut season.
As Cherries boss Lee Bradbury attempts to hang on to the club’s prised asset, he is set to offer the youngster a FIFTH contract renewal in a year.
Givemefootball.com has quoted Bradbury saying:
“We gave him a new contract in February and told him we would rip it up and give him another one if he carried on progressing and showing the promise he was at the time. He has done that and I am a man of my word and have offered him something new.”
It is believed the clubs above are looking to purchase the hot prospect for a fee of around £400k, but the Bournemouth gaffer will do all he can to hang on to Ings, and ensure he fails to make the same mistake he did, and will use his own downfall as he himself made a premature move to City that failed to take off.
With the manager’s dedication towards helping the young starlet progress and his determination to keep him at Dean Court for the foreseeable future, it looks highly unlikely we will see the frontman playing at the top level… for now at least.
Written by Jamie Nield-Siddall
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