Rangers have been utterly relentless in the transfer window, and despite securing the signatures of several new players, it appears that the Gers are poised to continue with their spending. The latest name to have been linked with a move to Ibrox is Liverpool’s Danny Ings.
As Ibrox Noise reports, the 25-year-old has been linked with a move to Rangers, and despite a frustrating and injury-laden career as a Red, he could still prove to be an excellent addition to Steven Gerrard’s side.
Due to numerous injury complications, the former Burnley striker has only amassed 25 appearances over the course of three seasons, scoring an underwhelming total of four goals.
Despite his inability to avoid injuries, the former Burnley striker is still a talented player, and during his time with the Clarets, he visibly demonstrated his credentials as a prolific striker. In 130 games for Sean Dyche’s side, he scored a commendable total of 43 goals – 37 of which were scored during his last two seasons there.
If he can avoid further injuries, then Ings has the capacity to be a terrific signing for Rangers, one that can alleviate the reasonability that Morelos currently shoulders. One of Ings’ key strengths is his superb dribbling ability; the Englishman has an accomplished capacity to evade defenders. Furthermore, he is an excellent header of the ball, and he sets the tone for his side’s defensive work with his relentless pressing.
The fact that Liverpool were keen to keep the Englishman before he insisted upon leaving is illustrative of the quality that he possesses. The Scottish Premiership could prove to be the perfect platform for Ings to revive his best form, and to score goals on a continuous basis.
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