Report: Recent contract development has ‘alerted’ Spurs to PL star

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The Express have reported that Tottenham Hotspur have been ‘alerted’ to Danny Ings’ situation this summer after the Southampton striker reportedly turned down a new contract offer. 

This comes after The Athletic reported earlier today that Ings had turned down a new four-year offer that would have made him the highest-paid player in the club’s history.

While money was not a stumbling block for Danny Ings, it is claimed that he wanted a release clause in the contract to allow him to move to a big club if one came knocking.

As such, he will now report to pre-season training and wait to see whether one of the top Premier League club’s makes a bid for him this summer.

Eurosport reported earlier this year that Spurs were looking at the Saints man as a potential signing as he has just 12 months left on his current contract. 

Spurs Web Opinion:

I’m sure that Spurs will be having a good hard look at Ings this summer now that he has turned a new contract down. With Carlos Vinicius going back to Benfica, Tottenham need a new striker and Ings could represent an absolute bargain.

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