Ex-Manchester United boss David Moyes has made it clear that his Real Sociedad side “are in with a chance of signing” Danny Ings this summer, on a free transfer.
The 23-year-old Englishman said his farewells to the Burnley supporters in the matchday programme on Saturday, when Burnley played out a goalless draw with Stoke City.
“I think we’re in with a chance of signing Ings. I can’t confirm whether or not he’ll come, but I’d like him to. I have three or four reinforcements in mind,” the Coach said at a news conference ahead of Sunday’s visit of Granada in La Liga.
“We have a very good base. La Real have a good philosophy and tradition. Now we have to build and improve on that base.
“[On reports linking Inigo Martinez with Liverpool], we’ve not had any contact [with Liverpool], it’s just speculation.
“I want to win the last two games because they’re important, although I understand that Granada have something to fight for. Still, I hope we play well in these two games.
“[On the absences of midfielders David Zurutuza, Esteban Granero and Ruben Pardo], we’ll have to make do without them.
“[Geronimo Rulli’s] game against Barcelona was exceptional but you have to play well every week in order to be a regular international, and when you’re young you sometimes make mistakes.”