1 Danny Ings has been linked with a transfer to Liverpool Daniel Sturridge returned to the Liverpool team and scored, which was a welcome sight to fans of the club.But so often this season they have watched as Mario Balotelli, Fabio Borini and Rickie Lambert try and fail to find the back of the net.And that is why Ings was linked with a move to Anfield in the January transfer window. The 22-year-old has scored seven times in 20 Premier League games, though it did emerged Real Sociedad, managed by David Moyes, were keen.However, Ings rejected a move to Spain to remain at Burnley until the end of the season with a view to moving to Liverpool in the summer, but what do Reds fans think of the potential transfer and the striker’s suitability. Below are a selection of tweets from Kopites with differing opinions.Click here to keep up to date with all the latest Liverpool news by clicking here.
VegWeek 2018 is now officially underway — and the 7-Day VegPledge Challenge is on! More than 8,000 people including pro-plant celebrities, athletes, and other world-changers are exploring and enjoying the many flavors and fun of plant-based eating from April 16-22.The message is simple yet impactful: Together, we can change the world one week at a time!Hosted by Compassion Over Killing since 2009, this annual healthy-eating campaign, has taken root around the planet — and for the planet. VegWeek is celebrated around Earth Day (April 22) to highlight the powerfully protective environmental impact of choosing plant-based food.Raising animals for food is wreaking havoc on our planet and causing tremendous suffering. We can change this through our dietary choices. By putting plants on our plates, we can benefit the Earth, our health, and animals.To keep up this meatless momentum, stars are inspiring their fans to join them on the green carpet! VegWeek 2018 celebrity Endorsers include: Mya, Grey, Belinda Carlisle, and many others.Actress Alicia Silverstone even hand-picked a Moroccan Couscous With Saffron recipe from her book The Kind Diet, for her blog urging followers to eat green for Earth Week.Silverstone writes, “Making changes to your diet has one of the most powerful impacts on reducing one’s carbon footprint and helping heal the planet. Loved ones can take the ‘VegPledge’ for the week and receive tons of support and recipes.”VegPledgers receive exclusive offers and discounts from VegWeek Gold Sponsors: A Well-Fed World, Eat for the Planet, Follow Your Heart, The Jackfruit Company, Lady Freethinker, Miyoko’s Kitchen, Treeline Treenut Cheese, Veestro, and Vegan Essentials.Empowered by the many resources provided throughout VegWeek, many happy VegPledgers continue with vegan or vegetarian eating long after enjoying the campaign.For more information, please visit: VegWeek.com.