Leicester City maintain interest in Danny Ings

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Leicester have maintained their interest in signing relegation rivals Burnley striker Danny Ings, according to Sky Sports.

Even if Leicester manage to sign Croatian international Andrej Kramaric the club may carry on pursuing interest in the Englishman, according to Sky Sports.

Kramaric was reportedly carrying out a medical at the club ahead of signing from Rijeka yesterday.

Renewed bid

City haven't appeared to be disheartened after their £7.5 million bid for the striker was rejected by Burnley before Christmas.

Ings, who was a crucial component in the Clarets promotion winning side alongside the returning Sam Vokes, has scored five goals so far this season.

The Foxes are hoping to bring in reinforcements to help extend their Premier League stay past one season.

City were promoted as Championship winners but have struggled so far this season and currently sit bottom of the Premier League, one place below the Clarets.

Burnley will be reluctant to let their top goalscorer go, especially to a rival Premier League club.

Key component

They can't afford to lose much more firepower as they already the second lowest goal scorers in the league with only Aston Villa scored less times.

Whether anything materialises of the Ings to Leicester deal is yet to see but Nigel Pearson hasn't give up hope of snatching his sides' relegation rivals' striker just yet.

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