Liverpool’s Danny Ings will miss the rest of the season with a cruciate ligament injury. The forward was injured in training on Tuesday – Klopp’s first session in charge. Ings had made a fine start to the season, scoring three goals and earning his first England call-up. The injury almost certainly rules him out of Euro 2016. It’s Liverpool’s second season-ending cruciate knee injury in a matter of days after Joe Gomez was sidelined with a similar injury on Wednesday. Ings moved to Anfield in the summer after impressing in Burnley’s relegation fight last season. The news is a big blow for new Reds manager Jurgen Klopp, who must now rejig his plans for Liverpool’s attack. The injury to Danny Ings leaves Divock Origi as Liverpool’s only fully fit striker, with Christian Benteke still recovering from a hamstring injury and Daniel Sturridge working his way back to full fitness. Ings previously suffered a serious knee at the start of the 2012-13 season.