Many Liverpool fans took to social media in order to wish Danny Ings all the best after the club confirmed that he was leaving the Reds in order to join Southampton.
According to the statement Ings will be on loan to the Saints during the 2018/19 season and then join Mark Hughes’ side on a permanent basis on July 1 2019.
This news caused lots of Reds fans to share their appreciation for Ings with one tweeting that he will always be a fan of the forward.
Live 4 Liverpool has rounded up the best tweets about Ings’ sealing his exit from the club:
Best of luck Danny. Sorry it didn’t work out at Liverpool, always wanted you to do well with us. Top class professional and I hope you have a full season and score plenty of goals for Southampton. Just not against us though???? Will always be a fan of yours!!?? #YNWA
— Adam. (@Adam_Meredithx) August 9, 2018
— Aaron ???????????????????????????? (@LFCAaron_) August 9, 2018
Wish him the best. Always worked hard and seemed a good player but was hampered by his injuries. £20m is a good deal.
— Liam ???????? (@LiamWC_97) August 9, 2018
— Lee Shellum (@Shellum_Lee) August 9, 2018
Go smash it on the South Coast Danny. I’ll be rooting for you, except when you play Liverpool. ???? YNWA Ingsy. ????????
— Kewiiii ????? (@Keri_Anne93) August 9, 2018
????Good luck danny????
— ???? (@LFC_LEGEND99) August 9, 2018
Good luck danny wish you could have stayed fit would have done well under klopp from the start if fit #YNWA
— NEIL Dudley (@NEILDudley7) August 9, 2018
Good luck Danny all the best, you’ve had horrid luck with injuries and then it was always going to be hard to force your way into the team ahead of firmino.
— Callum (@callumwith2ls) August 9, 2018
It seems Liverpool fans while probably expecting Ings to exit are still sad that he has left the club. The 26-year-old only managed to featured 25 times for the senior side due to injuries and it’s shame that he never got to prove his talents on a regular basis at Anfield. It seems that Reds supporters are very understanding over his situation with a lot of them hoping that he does well for Southampton now that he has joined them. The 26-year-old needs to get regular playing time at St Mary’s in order to remind the Premier League that he is a forward worth taking a note of.