Forget about the talk of Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke moving to Anfield, and it is not just because of Tim Sherwood’s £30 million valuation, but the fact that Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has learnt his lesson with Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli both of whom were never the right fit for the Reds style of play.



Danny Ings however is a hungry home-grown player that can score goals hitting the back of the net for relegation threatened Burnley nine-times this season, and will according to the Telegraph almost certainly move to Anfield from Turf Moor this summer barring any last-minute hitches.



The broadsheet claims that the 23-year-old England U-21 international will join Divock Origi up front for the Reds next season, but with Daniel Sturridge now expected to be out for at least the first couple of months Rodgers will be in the market for another forward provided Liverpool can sell Borini, Balotelli and Lambert.