Liverpool 'send scouts' to monitor teenage sensation

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Liverpool are reportedly tracking Bournemouth teenager Danny Ings.

The Cherries are in hot pursuit of promotion to the npower Championship and Ings has played an important role in taking the south coast club to second place in npower League One.

Aged just 18, the striker is reported to be the subject of interest from a number of Barclays Premier League clubs - namely Liverpool - and has caught the eye this season with his creativity and technical ability.

According to talkSPORT, Liverpool have dispatched scouts to watch the starlet on a number of occasions and are considering launching a summer bid for his services.


However, West Ham and Newcastle are aiming to dash the hopes of Liverpool in their pursuit of the forward as they also plot respective moves when the transfer window reopens in June.

Liverpool, though, are likely to be confident that their higher-profile will be an asset in the race for Ings who is seemingly destined to play in the top-flight next season.

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