Romano claims Ings looks certain departure

Looks likely striker for Euro Leage clash

Romano claims Ings looks certain departure

Top ITK Fabrizio Romano claims Danny Ings looks a certain Hammers departure this winter.

The 31 year old striker has been a serious flop since arriving having not scored a goal since soon after donning claret and blue.

And he has been anonymous in most cases when called upon up front following that £15 million arrival as a Number 2 to out of form and injured Michael Antonio.

Now according to Romano  his departure in January is a concrete possibility and presumably that may be as part of a player swap deal.

With Jarrod Bowen now filling the central striker role and Antonio almost recovered from his knee ligament injury, David Moyes will be hoping that he has sufficient up front until the summer with the hopeful addition of a new forward.

The club have made it clear to C and H that a new front man is a top priority and hopefully the manager and Tim Steidten have managed to find the man they need and a deal will be done quickly come Hanuary.

In his latest Daily Briefing Roman declares: “A January exit for Danny Ings is a concrete possibility. It’s still too early to say which clubs could make an approach for him, but the 31-year-old could have a new challenge soon.”

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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