Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp look a far more balanced outfit than under Brendan Rodgers, thanks to all the transfers that they have made in the summer transfer window.

The manager has bought in a number of top class players that will improve the quality and depth in the squad and will help him compete on all fronts this season.

However, the club is a bit over stacked at certain positions with the striker’s positions that first, that comes to mind.

Klopp has used the likes of Roberto Firmino, Divock Origi, Daniel Sturridge and Danny Ings as his options to lead the side’s attack since taking over the club and without European football this season, one of the 4 players is not even making the bench on a regular basis.

This has seen the manager look to send players out on loan to gain some much-needed game time  and one such player who could have been out of the club this summer is England international Danny Ings.

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The 23-year old suffered an unfortunate ACL injury in practice with the national side and has not been able to showcase his talents to the new manager at the club.

He is just getting back to full match fitness but is not expected to take his place on the side above the other three in the squad.

This has seen the manager speak openly about his availability on a loan deal.

David Moyes, who is working hard at the Stadium of Light to help Sunderland to a top half finish is reportedly interested in Liverpool’s striker for a loan move this summer.

It is revealed that David Moyes made an official approach for the 23-year old for a year-long loan ahead of the deadline day but it is understood that Liverpool emphatically rejected their bid.

It is understood that Jurgen Klopp is now not ready to let the player leave this summer and feels that he is an integral part of the team for the season up ahead.

However, it will be interesting to see if Klopp can provide enough game time to all his strikers if he decides to hold on to Ings this summer.

Do you think Liverpool should let Ings leave on loan this summer?