Tottenham Hotspurs aim to buy Danny Ings, although the Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said he would not leave the club.
Ralph Hasenhuttl, Manager for Southampton stands firm that star forward Danny Ings won’t leave in the midst of talk connecting him with a transition to Tottenham, according to Goal.
Spurs are in the marketing scouting for another forward to assist spell Harry Kane. And the Saints man has recently caught their eyes as of late following a remarkable 2019-20 season.
Ings was on the verge of missing out on the premier league Golden Boot. By scoring 22 goals last term, acquiring a review to the England national team all the while.
Nonetheless, Hasenhuttl has stated that Ings has no interest in moving to join another club. Despite the 28- year old’s having been seen linking with other clubs.
At a press conference that was held on Friday, he stated “The only thing I want to say for these rumors is that there is absolutely zero interest from Danny to go anywhere. He is 100 percent happy here. For us, it is not discussable. He loves what we do here and he loves to play for us.”
On Sunday, Jose Mourinho and Spurs will be visiting St. Mary’s to take on Ings and Southampton. This will get them the opportunity to have an insight as to what they are missing.
In addition, Trabzonspor confirmed that Alexander Sorloth will play for RB Leipzig. Tottenham seemed to pass up on buying another striker target. As Trabzonspor affirmed their star forward Alexander Sorloth would join RB Leipzig.
Trabzonspor president Ahmet Agaoglu stated that his side has agreed with RB Leipzig for Sorloth. He completed the 2019-20 season with a sum of 33 goals in all competitions.
Sorloth was in a two-season loan at Trabzonspor from Crystal Palace, which means conversations on his deal needed to occur between three clubs.
Agaoglu said, “Within the framework of an agreement that is unique in Turkish football history, the player will be transferred to the Leipzig club.”
On Sunday, Agaoglu confirmed that Tottenham had joined the pursuit of Sorloth’s transfer: “We are meeting with Leipzig and Tottenham, ourselves, and Crystal Palace.”
Tottenham will be back in action on Sunday at St. Mary’s after an unsettling beginning to their season from last weekend. Mourinho’s men lost 1-0 at home to Everton, after which the Portuguese supervisor labeled some of his players as “lazy”.