Burnley defender Michael Keane has told The Liverpool Echo that Danny Ings would prove to be a good signing for Liverpool.
Ings will join the Reds on a free transfer in July when his current contract with Burnley runs out at the end of the month.
Keane, who moved to the Clarets from Manchester United on a permanent contract in the January transfer window, believes that his departing Burnley teammate will be a hit on Merseyside.
“You just look at how many goals he scored for Burnley, with all due respect in a team that is not as good as Liverpool,” the centre-back told The Liverpool Echo.
“If he plays regularly at Liverpool he’s going to get more chances, and I think he’ll do well. He just needs to get his first goal to get off the mark and he’ll start flying.”
The England Under-21 international scored 11 goal and created 35 chances in 35 Premier League appearances.
The 22-year-old former Bournemouth forward had a pass accuracy of 71% and a shot accuracy of 43%, and won 25 headers, 57 dribbles and 27 tackles.