Liverpool confirm Danny Ings' loan move to Premier League club

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Southampton have completed the signing of Liverpool's Danny Ings from on an initial season-long loan with an obligation to buy the striker on a permanent deal.

Ings was one the names expected to leave Anfield this summer after failing to gain regular football under Jurgen Klopp.

Sky sources understand a fee of £20m has been agreed between the two clubs, £18m of which is guaranteed with a further £2m based on appearances.

As well as bringing in Alisson from Roma - a move which made the Brazilian the most expensive goalkeeper of all time - Liverpool have also brought in his countryman Fabinho from Monaco, Xherdan Shaqiri from Stoke and Naby Keita from RB Leipzig.

Ings is understood to be relishing the chance to relaunch his Premier League career on the South Coast after an injury-plagued three years at Liverpool.

Ko ready to give it all in British Open crunchtime
So Yeon Ryu finished third but could have been a contender for the title had it not been for her early failings. Hall added: "I was in the final round previous year [at Kingsbarns] and that is definitely going to help me".

Liverpool have issued a statement claiming that his record of four goals in 25 matches would have been significantly better had it not been for the injuries.

Several Premier League clubs were reported to be interested with Crystal Palace and Southampton believed to be the leading the chase. It's his home, his family is there, it's his boyhood club.

Liverpool striker Danny Ings has reportedly travelled to Southampton ahead of a late switch to St Mary's Stadium on transfer deadline day.

New goalkeeper Alisson started for Liverpool, before Loris Karius was given a rousing reception when he replaced the Brazilian in the second half, just over two months after suffering concussion and making two terrible errors in the Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid.