Burnley striker Danny Ings has confirmed that he will do everything in his power to keep his side in the Premier League this season, but even if they manage to avoid the drop, it may not be enough to keep him at the club next year.
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According to The Independent, the 22-year-old is refusing to think about his future for the time being, and instead wants to concentrate on helping the Clarets move out of the bottom three.
“I have my job to do and giving my all to help the team stay in the league. Until that is finished I won’t be thinking about that side of things,” he said.
The England U21 international could become engulfed in a bidding war in the summer when his current deal expires, with The Independent suggesting that Liverpool, Manchester United, and Manchester City are all vying for his signature. Meanwhile, Borussia Monchengladbach and Real Sociedad can’t be ruled out of the running either.
Despite his tender age, Ings has played at most levels in the last five years, from the Conference South with Dorchester Town to the Premier League with Burnley. And he revealed that his next move will be to a club where he feels he can develop his game further.
“One thing I do want next year no matter where I am – and I don’t know where that is going to be – is to work with a manager who is going to coach me and really develop me as a player. That’s all you can ask for, to learn and be the best you can be,” he added.