Why Danny Ings Could Arrive At Newcastle This Summer

22 year-old Danny Ings will have a number of clubs after him in the summer, but he has made it clear he doesn’t want to go to a big club, if that means he will be sitting on the bench.

That sometimes happens when players make a move to the likes of Chelsea, the Manchester clubs and Liverpool and Arsenal.

That’s why Ings may elect to go to a club other than the top six in England – like Newcastle United for instance.

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Danny Ings – could favor Newcastle

There’s just so much competition for places at the big clubs – but Danny could be a regular if he signed on at Newcastle – always assuming we don’t take the drop on Sunday.

There are a number of big clubs said to be after Ings, and Newcastle have made no secret of their admiration for the English goal-scorer.

When Alan Pardew was at the club last year, he mentioned Ings as being a possible target.

Danny was the best player on the field when we played at Burnley and drew 1-1 on December 2nd last year and he’s scored 10 goals in 36 appearances for a struggling Burnley side this season.

The Chronicle is reporting the former Bournemouth striker,  who Newcastle have been linked with since way  back in 2009, has not ruled out a move to Newcastle.

One good thing about staying in the Premier League on Sunday – if we can do that 0 is that there will be lots of players brought in over the summer as Newcastle have to rebuilds their squad after another terrible second half of the season.

Maybe Danny is one of those players Newcastle can sign early in the summer?

Comments welcome.

12 comments so far

  • MrMojoRisin76

    May 20, 2015 at 9:28 AM

    Comment #1

    I couldn’t give a flying f@ck if everyone behind the AO campaign all went out yesterday and paid £52 for the new kit while they were renewing their season tickets and i’ll tell you why,i f@cking hate jabba with a passion and have done since about 2011,when AO out organized Boycott/Protest Spurs it gave me the opportunity to do something about that,i traveled by myself from Hartlepool to go and protest Spurs i felt like a fan again instead of the mental desolation that i normally feel while he’s been in charge and i thank them for that,i would be there Sunday if i could regardless of the”bombshell” you dropped last night

  • Average_Contents

    May 20, 2015 at 9:29 AM

    Comment #2

    He won’t come because of the protests at the shambolic way our club is run. Right Ed?

    Ironically he could read up on the protests and decide that yes we are right – the clubs shit lol.

  • Grafton83

    May 20, 2015 at 9:33 AM

    Comment #3

    Why on earth if he had a choice of clubs would he choose Newcastle. I would be amazed if he thought he could find the motivation to perform at a club with so little ambition. I think we’ll really struggle to attract anyone half decent, it’s not like our owner is going to off great wages or the transfer fees required. All pointless, sad, rubbish situation

  • Grafton83

    May 20, 2015 at 9:34 AM

    Comment #4

    Actually the one thing which would have attracted a player is the fans. To play in that stadium with all the fans behind you would be amazing. Sadly though Mike Ashley has ruined that too.

  • cyprus

    May 20, 2015 at 9:39 AM

    Comment #5

    There is a magic formula: M+O+N+E=Y

  • John Tudor

    May 20, 2015 at 9:44 AM

    Comment #6

    on his way to hearts no doubt

  • one fine day

    May 20, 2015 at 9:45 AM

    Comment #7

    11one fine day // May 20, 2015 at 9:42 AM

    Can we please stop this thing that Pardue was forced out by the “Pardue out lot” as you refer to them?
    If he was ver going to be forced out by fans having a go ( inside the ground I may say) it would have been after the saints away game .
    Had palace not come calling with all they offered he would still be here
    He being the opportunist he is saw an exit and it was win win for Ashley.
    Ashley had a lot of chances to fire him but declined not out of loyalty but because he knew he couldn’t not get a decent replacement for what he as paying Pardue and also one that would put up with the shit and toe the line.
    We all recall it was a case of who will blink first as Ashley was never going to pay out the rest of the 8 year contract. And Pardue was never going to walk away from it to oblivion.
    It had nothing to do with the fans. Fact
    In my opinion fans who pay their hard earned have every right to voice an opinion .
    Even wenger as coping it ffs
    Have a look back through the posts of recent times to when we were being humiliated on a weekly basis Liverpool at home ,spurs home and don’t mention the unwashed.
    All on pardues watch
    Had the powers that be done a proper job in January they would have said pardew can leave once we have our man .
    But no ash saw quick cash and gambled
    Had we got in ANYBODY other than carver Pardue would not get a mention but hey yes blame the fans for not putting up with the complete lack of anything resembling ambition.
    Me thinks you have been away to long bonny lad

  • jayphoto

    May 20, 2015 at 9:46 AM

    Comment #8

    Pretty sure if he fancied a season in the championship he’d stay at Burnley… They’ll be better placed than newcastle to bounce back.

    Wouldn’t at all shocked me if he resigned for Bournemouth but personally can see him at Spurs! His attributes would link well with Kane and an english strikeforce would have £££ all over it which is What would interest Levy

  • kimbo

    May 20, 2015 at 9:49 AM

    Comment #9

    So the 52000 Happy Clappers are the amazing fans, well that is why I give my season tickets years ago because there is no atmosphere, better off sitting in a library where there is more noise. The average fan now does not sing, they bring little kids who are not interested in the game, and if somebody starts singing or shouting sitting next to them, well how dare they do that in front of their little precious kid.

    So why would any football player want to play in front of our amazing fans.

  • mickalfas

    May 20, 2015 at 11:27 AM

    Comment #10

    What incentive would any player have to sign for us ,no ambition ,its a short career as a footballer,no one in their right mind wants to play for this regime,we can’t even get a HC ffs ,to organize the shower of shite we have in the dressing room ,players want to sign for clubs who try to better themselves
    A trolley dash around shite direct is not much incentive

  • WLtoon

    May 20, 2015 at 11:28 AM

    Comment #11

    It would be interesting to find out just how many fans think Ings would sign for us,matbe via a vote poll.
    My guess is there would be fewer think he would, a mark at just how low we have got.

  • JP...from The Rock

    May 20, 2015 at 2:02 PM

    Comment #12

    I rate Danny Ings highly but he’s never signing for us not while Ashley is around here.


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