BRENDAN RODGERS has ruled out a move for Liverpool striker Danny Ings.
Speculation across the border insisted the Celtic boss was showing an interest in linking up again with the Anfield frontman who wants to quit the Merseyside outfit this summer.
However, his former Kop gaffer Rodgers said: “Danny is a fantastic player and has been really, really unfortunate for a few years with injury, but I have got the three strikers at the moment and we don’t need any more.
“We just signed young Odsonne Edouard on a permanent deal and he is a class act. We also have Moussa Dembele and Leigh Griffiths, so with those three we are well covered.”
Ings, 25, scored in Rodgers final game against Everton, but injuries have plagued his Liverpool career.
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