Danny Ings seems to be well liked among the Liverpool faithful, but it seems that many are happy to see him walk through the exit gates.
The 25-year-old moved to Anfield from Burnley in the summer of 2015, but injuries have completely marred his progress.
In fact, in three seasons, the striker has started just six Premier League matches.
During the 2017-18 campaign, the former Claret made 14 appearances in all competitions for the Reds, but only three of them were starts.
On Tuesday, The Times journalist Paul Joyce tweeted that Ings has decided to look for pastures new in order to gain regular minutes on the pitch.
Danny Ings has decided to look for a move from Liverpool. Tough decision, but wants to play regularly. Lots of clubs will be interested. Liverpool would be happy for him to stay. @TimesSport
— paul joyce (@_pauljoyce) June 26, 2018
How far will England get in Russia? Tell us now and win any World Cup shirt of your choice.
With Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane providing most of the attacking threat for Liverpool, it is difficult to see where Ings would fit in on a regular basis.
Liverpool fans have been tweeting their thoughts on the news, and many would be happy to see the injury-plagued forward move on.
YESSSSSSSSS. This is better then Fekir news
— CF (@ClinicalFirmino) June 26, 2018
Praise the Lord. This love in with average players who “great blokes” needs to lessen if we want to win the title. Wish him the best though, but not our level.
— Okotb (@Okotb22) June 26, 2018
Exactly what I have notifications on for mate. It’s time to go.
— Sir Jurgen Klopp (@FutbolJurgen) June 26, 2018
Good news for all parties involved. He’s been ridiculously unlucky with injuries and through no fault of his own was always going to struggle to reach the standards required at the club. It’s the right move for LFC and Ings.
— Samy (@sazzam31) June 26, 2018
Just unlucky through injuries. Hope he goes to a club that will play him when he’s fit and healthy. #ynwa
— Bobby’s Dentist (@Nathanscott_) June 26, 2018
Feel for him, didn’t get the best of luck but he needs to move on now. Wish him all the best when he does go.
— Owen Morris (@owenmorris_) June 26, 2018
Good move, sell Ings and put that extra money towards a marquee/high profile attacking mid, keep Origi and even sell Markovic, Sturridge keep them off the books.
— ErhanLFC ? (@ErhanLFC83) June 26, 2018
Not good enough so probably best for both parties. Need another top striker now. Lewandowski?
— Petriokas (@PetterWolden) June 26, 2018