Ralph Hasenhuttl has instructed that striker Danny Ings may miss Southampton the remainder of the season.
The Saints’ top scorer was forced right into a move-in problem last week’s 2-1 loss to Spurs, having claimed his tenth Premier League goal of the marketing campaign.
The 28-year-old has not but returned to coaching and will definitely miss the conflict against him Leicester Friday night time.
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Talking of Ings, Hasenhuttl said: “That is not (a lot) worse than he first checked out however it’s additionally so severe that he is shedding just a few video games now. I do not know if he is coming back for the last few video games.
“We’ve got Liverpool (on Might 8) and then 5 video games in two weeks so we want each player.”
Ings has joined teammates Ryan Bertrand, Oriol Romeu and Will Smallbone within the ‘Saints’ therapy room. Bertrand’s contract is up in June and Ings stays linked with Manchester City, so Hasenhuttl was requested in the event that they have been left out for contractual causes.
He replied: “It was positively an injury and with Bertrand it is the identical problem; he can’t practice for 2 weeks as a result of he has a calf problem. There we’re. What can I let you know? ”
Ings’ injury means he’s unsure for this summer season’s European Championship, which begins in just six weeks.
The attacker scoring for England in a 3-0 win over Wales in October – his last look for the Three Lions.
The March international break failed due to a leg problem. In his absence, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ollie Watkins impression, casting doubt on Ings’ selection.
He may even need to compete with talisman Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford of Manchester United for a spot within the squad.
A quick return of injury, and a fast return just like his best type, would see Ings force his means into Gareth Southgate’s plans.
However that appears more and more unlikely as issues stand.
England’s boss, Southgate, will profit from the enhance a 26 man squad within the Euros. UEFA has allowed three extra players to be chosen due to the busy marketing campaign.
Which will see Liverpool Trent Alexander-Arnold return to the pen.