According to the Mirror, Mauricio Pochettino is interested in bringing the 25-year-old to north London after the former Burnley man opted to leave Merseyside in search of consistent playing time, something that Jurgen Klopp can not guarantee him despite not wanting him to leave.
While the likes of Mohamed Salah are adored by the Kop, one man that has always been loved by Liverpool supporters is former Burnley forward Danny Ings. Burnley have continued their improvement in the three seasons he has been away, and will be competing in the Europa League qualifiers this summer.
But the Reds manager understands Ings' frustrations and, rather kindly, he will allow the club to sell the 25-year-old for a reasonable price in order to make him more appealing to prospective buyers, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The striker ruptured cruciate ligaments in October 2015 during Jurgen Klopp's first training session before suffering cartilage damage the following year.
Ings, who has suffered two serious knee injuries in three seasons at Anfield, made just three starts last season and was not part of the matchday squad for the Champions League final.