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Leeds United should look to sign 25-year-old Liverpool striker during January transfer window

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Leeds United were all set to take the Championship by storm this season and when they topped the second tier in September it seemed that the West Yorkshire-based club were to be a forced to be reckoned with.

Six defeats in seven league games however have now threatened to curtail a campaign that had shown so much promise in the early stages of the season, with boss Thomas Christiansen surely worried by his team’s current form.

After selling their star striker Chris Wood to Premier League outfit Burnley in the summer, the Whites’ supporters will hope that a large chunk of the £15 million recouped will be spent on some firepower during the January transfer window.

Leeds are still in the higher echelons of the Championship despite their alarming run of results and some mid-season reinforcements could ensure that a play-off place in secured.

One man who could be a good signing for the Whites during the next transfer window is Liverpool striker Danny Ings, who is likely to go out on loan after battling his way back to match fitness following two lengthy layoffs.

Although the Premier League side will be unlikely to sell the striker, a loan move could be on the cards, should Leeds be willing to offer a substantial loan fee to take the ex-Burnley man.

The 25-year-old would probably relish the chance to get his career back on track at a big club like Leeds and the Championship is a division that he is comfortable with, having netted 26 goals back in the 2013/14 campaign whilst with the Clarets.

The Leeds faithful would surely be thrilled with a player of Ings’ quality strutting his stuff down at Elland Road and it would be a wise move should boss Christiansen decide to make a move on the striker.

Leeds United fans, would you welcome Ings to Elland Road? Who else should the club be targeting during the next transfer window? Let us know in the comments below!!!

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