Six Premier League Clubs Chasing Loan Signing of Tom Ince Including Liverpool: Daily Soccer Report

Highly-rated Blackpool winger Tom Ince looks likely to choose between Liverpool, Swansea City and Crystal Palace as his next club after the Championship side has given him permission to leave on loan for the remainder of the season.

Ince, whose father is former Blackpool manager Paul Ince, has met with representatives at Swansea City and is now headed to London for talks with Crystal Palace. Meanwhile, Liverpool has emerged again as an interested party according to Sky Sports. In addition to those three clubs, Hull City, Stoke City and Sunderland are also very interested in signing the player on loan. A permanent signing is also being discussed.

In addition to the Tom Ince transfer story, there’s been a ton of transfer gossip from this past weekend, which we did our best job to sum up below. Not surprisingly, Manchester United are stealing many of the headlines.

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5 thoughts on “Six Premier League Clubs Chasing Loan Signing of Tom Ince Including Liverpool: Daily Soccer Report”

  1. Yup,Ian Ayre has flown to Spain to negotiate with Tom/Paul Ince… he will video conference Tom who are in blackpool.

    sigh!! this is an example how FSG and Ayre conduct their transfer business.

    1. Tom and Paul Ince are on their way to London. But if Ian Ayre is in Spain, that’s potentially good news assuming that Liverpool may be close to signing a player in Spain too.

      1. nah, i meant the fool will fly to spain to talk with Ince’s who is in England.

        the speed and negotiation tactics of Ian Ayre is just mind boggling.

  2. I believe Liverpool get a percentage of Ince’s transfer fee from Blackpool. Not sure what the deal is if it’s a loan.

    Liverpool may be looking at a permanent deal. I don’t think he’s quite ready for the EPL yet and it’s just another episode of Liverpool buying young players for the future when they need players who can make an impact now. Liverpool’s transfer policy has been very baffling.

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