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January hope for Leeds with Premier League club prepared to let striker leave on loan

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Leeds United have received a boost before the January transfer window with the news that Liverpool are prepared to let striker Danny Ings leave on loan during the winter window.

In a report by the Mirror, it has emerged that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is willing to let Ings leave, as the striker eyes up a late charge on the England squad for the 2018 World Cup.

Ings has found life difficult since moving to Anfield two years ago from Burnley, with injuries curtailing his progress and hindering any chance Ings had of breaking into the national team set-up along the way.

However, he is nearing a return to action, and Leeds have already declared their interest in the striker, meaning the news of Liverpool’s willingness to allow Ings to leave is a huge boost to the Yorkshire club’s hopes of landing the former England under-21 star.

Leeds got themselves back to winning ways yesterday with an excellent 3-0 win away at Bristol City, and manager Thomas Christiansen will be hoping to add more quality to the squad in January.

Ings fits the mould perfectly for the Leeds gaffer, and a January move to Elland Road could well be of massive appeal to the former Burnley man.

Leeds fans, what do you make of this news? Good signing? Let us know in the comments!

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