Liverpool transfers: No new offer for Thomas Ince, says Blackpool boss

Liverpool transfers: Reds have not yet made another approach to sign Blackpool winger Thomas Ince after failed bid last month

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Liverpool have not yet made another approach to sign Blackpool winger Thomas Ince after their failed bid last month, Michael Appleton has confirmed.

The Reds have been heavily linked with a swoop for the highly-rated 20-year-old, who left Anfield for just £250,000 in August 2011.

But Appleton says the Merseysiders are yet to come back with an improved offer for the England Under-21 international, who has netted 13 goals in the Championship this term.

“We have not heard anything since an initial Liverpool approach a couple of weeks ago,” said Appleton.

“As far as I am aware Thomas will have a day off tomorrow like everyone else and come back to prepare for the next game with us.”

Meanwhile, Liverpool are expected to complete the £12m signing of striker Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea in the coming days.

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