Report: Danny Ings will cost David Moyes €200k in compensation

Burnley

Real Sociedad are competing with English clubs for the signature of the Burnley striker.

Burnley striker Danny Ings is certainly hot property at the moment.

It has been reported already that some teams have been knocking. It was rumoured that Tottenham wanted the England U21 international in January. The Mirror believe Mauricio Pochettino is a big fan of the player and wants to bring him in.

It was also reported that Ings wants a Liverpool move. The Mirror reported that he was most keen on a move to Anfield rather than White Hart Lane.

He is out of contract in the summer and has been in great form for Burnley this season, scoring nine goals in 24 appearances. His pace and eye for goal, as well as his age, have made him one of England's most wanted talents.

It is not just here that he is wanted, but abroad also. At the weekend he flew to San Sebastian to hold talks with David Moyes about a free transfer move to Real Sociedad in La Liga, as reported by The Sun.

Now it is being reported just how much Sociedad would have to pay in compensation for the Burnley striker. Spanish paper Diario AS claim to know the amount he would cost the Basque side, apparently a figure around the €200,000 mark.

As he is still under 23 years-old FIFA regulations stipulate compensation must be agreed for a player of his age, regardless of whether he is signed on a free transfer.

Tottenham and Liverpool are still said to be lurking but at this rate, they might just get beaten to the punch by a very keen Moyes.

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