Chelsea and Manchester City monitoring Danny Ings

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Liverpool will have to work a quick deal in the summer if they are to sign Danny Ings, as reports reveal both Chelsea and Manchester City are monitoring the Burnley striker.

ESPN reported that the top Premier League clubs are chasing Ings due to his impressive form since Burnley's promotion to the top flight.

Liverpool were supposedly set to sign the 22-year-old in the January transfer window but a deal could not be reached between the two clubs - a move which could haunt Brendan Rodgers in the long-run.

Interest from abroad

Interest has not just come from English sides and David Moyes' Real Sociedad are also chasing the England under-21 star's signature.

Ings has played 20 league games for Burnley this season, scoring seven goals - a fairly impressive record considering Sean Dyche's side are struggling at the foot of the league.

However, they currently sit one point above the relegation zone leaving fans in for a roller-coaster ride for the remainder of the season.

Survival hopes  

Ings has been instrumental for Burnley this season and was vital in their promotion to the top tier last season.

With only six months left on his current deal at Turf Moor, Ings can leave his options open and weigh up all offers received in the summer.

One positive for Burnley is the club would be due compensation for the striker - believed to be around £3-5million as he is under 24 - if he leaves in the summer.

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