Sunday, February 19, 2017

Liverpool set for Ince windfall

Liverpool are set to benefit financially from the proposed sale of Blackpool midfielder Tom Ince, the Mirror understands.

It has been revealed that the Reds inserted a sell on clause of 50% when they sold their former youth player to the Tangerines two years ago.

That means that the Merseyside club will receive around £4million should the 21 year olds transfer to Cardiff City, who have had an £8million bid accepted by Blackpool, go through.

However, the Bluebirds fierce rivals Swansea City have tabled a similar offer, and are able to offer the added bonus of European football following their League Cup triumph back in February.

Either way Liverpool, who were themselves were linked with a move for Ince back in January, will be rewarded.

The England under 21 year old played just fifteen minutes of a League Cup tie under Roy Hodgson before being loaned to Notts County, eventually signing for Blackpool in August 2011.

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