Liverpool fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to give their reaction to the departure of Danny Ings to Southampton.
Ings has left Liverpool for Premier League rivals Southampton on a season-long loan deal in the summer transfer window.
The 26-year-old switched to Liverpool in the summer of 2015 and was expected to be a success at Anfield.
Ings, though, suffered with injury problems during his spell at Liverpool and could make only a handful of appearances for the Merseyside outfit's first team.
The England international forward will be aiming to make an impact at Southampton this season, now that he is fully fit.
Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to give their reaction to the departure of Ings to Southampton on a season-long loan deal in the summer transfer window.
Below are some of the best comments:
Not often you see a striker leave having only scored 4 goals in 3 years and not have bad word said about them. But I really don't think you'll find a Liverpool fan with a bad word to say about Danny Ings. Absolute top bloke and really do wish him all the best at Southampton #YNWA— Matt (@ynwamatt) August 10, 2018
Hope Danny ings can find his feet. YNWA https://t.co/1w27Z699EA— Donnchadh O'Dwyer (@ODonnchadh) August 10, 2018
Best of luck Danny. Sorry it didn’t work out at Liverpool, always wanted you to do well with us. Top class professional and I hope you have a full season and score plenty of goals for Southampton. Just not against us though Will always be a fan of yours!! #YNWA— Adam. (@Adam_Meredithx) August 9, 2018
Good luck Danny, such a shame it didn’t work out with the unlucky run of injury’s. Always professional and never once moaned about it. Hope he does well in his new adventure.— Wiggz (@WiggzLFC) August 9, 2018
Great person and wish him all the best but I'm glad he's gone— Bobby F. (@BlindingBobby) August 9, 2018
Really felt you could have made it here @IngsDanny That injury just came at the worst possible time. All the best for the future, you’re gonna do the bits at Southampton. Class act— Jez (@Sadiosaurus) August 10, 2018
What a lovely man. A real shame he didn’t make it with us. All the best Danny, hope you stay injury free.— Jodie McNicholas (@joedimac) August 9, 2018
Go smash it on the South Coast Danny. I’ll be rooting for you, except when you play Liverpool. YNWA Ingsy.— Kewiiii (@Keri_Anne93) August 9, 2018
Sadly, injury meant he was never able to give of his best for #LiverpoolFC, so good luck, Danny.— stephen cole (@stevethesmiths) August 9, 2018
Sad to see him go. All the very best— steve (@sjwarsap) August 9, 2018