Liverpool agree sale of Danny Ings for £20 million
Alright, so in reality, the fee was agreed last summer but somehow, somehow.. Liverpool have made a near £12 million profit on a player that played less than 20 times for us.
The striker moved on loan, with a view to buy, last summer transfer window and has spent the past season at Southampton.
Of the fee, £2 million goes back to Burnley, whilst Liverpool take the remaining £18 million, meaning we've made an £11.5 million profit on a player who we paid £6.5 million tribunal fee for a few seasons back.
Ings was highly thought of by both Klopp and the Anfield faithful for his work-rate and effort, but all parties knew that it wasn't meant to be and Ings was keen for regular first-team time.
He scored 8 goals during his short stay and will no doubt do well at St. Mary's where he is already a very popular figure with the home fans.
As part of that move though, many Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter and Facebook praising the role that Michael Edwards undoubtedly played in the deal.