Danny Inggs rejected a four-year contract offered by Southampton.
Sky Sports News A report has been confirmed Sports meeting Ince rejected his club’s proposal.
The 28-year-old forward has one year left on his current contract.
Earlier this year, Sky Sports News Report says Manchester City intends to sign Ince As a potential successor to Sergio Aguero this summer.
According to reports, Ince has also attracted the interest of Manchester United.
He scored 14 goals for Southampton last season. Head coach Ralph Hasenhuter has previously stated that he hopes the player can stay at the club.
“I think Danny, especially, will be with us,” He says Sky Sports In April. “He knows that he has suffered a lot of injuries, he has a good performance and a return position, I think this is very important for a player.
“In the last year of the contract, there is a risk of injury again, and then things may disappear. This is a question that every player must answer by himself, and we hope he can stay with us for a longer time.”
Since Southampton signed Ingles from Liverpool for a transfer fee of £20 million in 2019, Ings has scored 34 goals in 67 Premier League games.
So far this summer, the Saints have made Theo Walcott’s loan permanent and signed left back Roman Pero after Ryan Bertrand left.