Everton ‘interested in surprise move for Danny Ings’ as Sean Dyche eyes reunion with West Ham striker after they worked together at Burnley
Everton are reportedly interested in a surprise move for West Ham’s Danny Ings.
As reported by The Sun, Everton boss is eager to add to his attacking options, especially with Dominic Calvert-Lewin out with a facial injury.
Ings and Dyche previously worked together at Burnley, with the striker joining the Clarets in 2011 and Dyche arriving in 2012.
Ings remained at Burnley until joining Liverpool in 2015 and worked well under Dyche.
In January Ings joined West Ham but he has been unable to command a regular starting berth and has scored just twice.
Everton are reportedly interested in a surprise move for West Ham striker Danny Ings
Everton manager Sean Dyche worked with Ings at Burnley and wants to be reunited
Everton had a bid of £12million for Southampton striker Che Adams turned down.
However, the Toffees have managed to agree a deal worth more than £25million for Beto, with the striker set to join from Udinese.
Everton have already paid £15million this summer to bring in Youssef Chermiti from Sporting Lisbon.
After managing to avoid relegation last season, Dyche’s side have started the current campaign in disappointing fashion, losing to Fulham, Aston Villa and Wolves.
Dyche wants to bring in a striker with Dominic Calvert-Lewin having suffered another injury