Sean Dyche confirms that Danny Ings will probably be leaving Burnley

The coach of Burnley, Sean Dyche has confirmed that Danny Ings is very likely to be making his way out of the relegated club during this summer as there are a number of clubs interested in signing the 22 year old forward.

At the age of 22, Danny Ings made a total of 35 Premier League appearances in this season for Burnley and he managed to find the back of the net on 11 occasions. This has been enough for the young player to attract the attention and interest of big clubs including: Manchester United, Liverpool and Real Sociedad as they all have shown interest in signing Danny Ings during the summer transfer window.

Even the manager of the team believes that it will be very difficult to keep hold of Danny Ings at Burnley beyond the summer transfer window as the interested clubs are ready to offer enticing offers for the player in order to sign him as fast as possible and the player himself wants to face a bigger challenge, this won’t happen if he stays at Burnley as the club has been relegated to the Championship League.

Burnley’s Sean Dyche revealed the current situation surrounding Danny Ings as the English coach said: “Who knows if he’ll stay probably not, just by the nature of his situation. Possibly? Who knows? I just think he wants a fresh challenge and a bigger challenge; He certainly wants to be in the Premier League so does everyone. He has nicked a good goal and I thought he could have had another. He has played a big part over the last couple of years. He gets a lot of the headlines and I understand why but I wouldn’t single him out against the rest of the group.” Continue reading Sean Dyche confirms that Danny Ings will probably be leaving Burnley

Scott Sinclair has already featured in more league matches

Scott Sinclair has already featured in more league matches in his past two weeks at Aston Villa than he did with Manchester City throughout the first half of the campaign.

He has started on league match and come on as a substitute in two others since joining the Midlands club on a loan deal till the end of the season. This is his second loan spell to the Midlands after having spent time at West Brom only recently.Sinclair will be hoping to make this loan spell count, as the 25-year-old approaches the best spell in his career.

Villa recently appointed Tim Sherwood as their new manager after Paul Lambert was sacked as the manager after poor run of results that left the club in the relegation zone. Sherwood is expected to be at Villa for the next three and half years. The former Tottenham manager is known for giving a number of lesser-known players an opportunity in the first-team.Sinclair is hoping that this will help him get more first-team opportunities than before. Even though Sherwood is thought to have played a major role in the club’s 2-1 win over Leicester City in the FA Cup, his proper job starts this weekend when the club take on Swansea. Continue reading Scott Sinclair has already featured in more league matches