It will be intriguing to see exactly how Ipswich Town approach the summer transfer window this year. The 2021 summer window saw the Tractor Boys bring in a sizeable number of new, high profile players amid something of a squad overhaul. That however, did not work out, with the East Anglia club missing out on a League One play-off place, while Cook himself was sacked and replaced by Kieran McKenna as manager.
Ipswich Town defender Luke Woolfenden has signed a new three-year contract. The 23-year-old, who is a product of the League One club's academy, has made 107 first-team appearances, with 38 of them coming this season. "I was really enjoying my football in the second half of the season and I am delighted to have signed a new contract," he said.
Luke Woolfenden has become the latest player to extend his contract with Ipswich Town. Hot on the heels of Wes Burns extending his stay and Kayden Jackson sorting his future with the Blues, defender Woolfenden has put pen-to-paper on a new deal until the summer of 2025. The academy product's previous deal was due to expire in 2024, but he's extended his contract by a further year to join both Burns and George Edmundson as the club's longest-contracted players.
Sone Aluko has signed a one-year contract extension with Ipswich Town, it has been confirmed. The former Reading forward joined on a one-year deal last summer, with the option to extend that by a further 12 months if he made a set amount of appearances. The 33-year-old made 36 appearances in all competitions for Kieran McKenna's side, scoring three times.
Ipswich Town have activated the option in the contracts of and Tyreece Simpson, which extends their respective deals until the summer of 2023. While, has signed a new six-month deal with the Blues. Tommy Hughes Striker Hughes, 21, played a key role as the Club's U23s won the Professional Development League South, and has now been rewarded with another contract having initially signed professional terms in the summer of 2020.
Ipswich Town have activated the one-year option in Tyreece Simpson's contract. Simpson's future has been the subject of much debate in recent weeks, ever since manager Kieran McKenna revealed that the Stowmarket-raised forward had informed the club of his desire to leave this summer. Speaking to reporters in April, McKenna said: "His representatives spoke to the club a couple of weeks ago and expressed his wish that he wants to move on in the summer, so he's not training with the first team group at the moment and that's now the responsibility of the club to work with his representation and decide on a solution to that.
Young defender Corrie Ndaba returns to Ipswich Town from a season-long loan spell at Salford City this summer - here's how he got on... The 22-year-old Republic of Ireland international was named the League Two club's supporters' player of the year after an impressive campaign in which he started 28 games, playing as both centre-back and left back, and even in central midfield.
Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry names price Ipswich Town will have to pay for Jack Taylor
Peterborough United chief Barry Fry has said Ipswich Town will have to pay £10million if they wish to sign Jack Taylor. Reports last week suggested the 23-year-old was a possible target for Ipswich, with a midfielder likely to be on the agenda this summer. Taylor has become an important figure at London Road, making 34 appearances in all competitions for Grant McCann's side as they were relegated from the Championship.
Football writer MIKE BACON has been supporting Ipswich Town for many decades. Over the summer, he'll bring you some of his memories, on and off the pitch of a life supporting the Blues... Enjoy this one of a young Kieron Dyer, one broken leg and one Green'Un column.
Kieron Dyer had a decent football career which saw him play for the likes of Newcastle United, West Ham and Queens Park Rangers. He also featured 33 times for England. He’s perhaps best known for his on-pitch fight with teammate Lee Bowyer at Newcastle, which resulted in both players being sent off.
Barry Fry has insisted Peterborough United do not intend to part with key midfielder Jack Taylor this summer – unless they receive an offer of £10million. We revealed on Friday how the Blues are interested in a move for the 23-year-old, who was a key part of Posh’s promotion from League One in 2020/21 before featuring regularly for them as they were relegated from the Championship last season.
Ipswich Town striker Kayden Jackson has said he has loved playing under Tractor Boys’ boss Kieran McKenna after sealing a fresh deal with the club. It was announced this morning that the 28-year-old had signed a new two-year contract at Portman Road. Jackson’s current contract was due to expire next month.
Kayden Jackson has signed a new contract with Ipswich Town. The striker was due to be out of contract this summer but, after several weeks of negotiations, has put pen-to-paper on a two-year extension to the summer of 2024. News of Jackson's new deal comes a day after Wes Burns signed a new deal with the Blues until 2025.
Blackpool's Jake Daniels has become the first male professional footballer to come out publicly as gay since Justin Fashanu in 1990 Ipswich Town has sent a message of support to a young footballer after he became the first player in more than 30 years to publicly come out as gay.
Kayden Jackson has ended speculation surrounding his future by signing a new two-year contract at Ipswich Town. The striker, who joined the Tractor Boys in the summer of 2018, had been due to become a free agent at the end of June when his previous deal was set to expire.
Ipswich Town’s Wes Burns has revealed his happiness at securing a new deal at Portman Road. 👀… Delighted is an Understatement!! Can’t wait to see you all back at PR next season. 🚜💙 https://t.co/69QCWsz04i — Wes Burns (@wesley__burns) May 16, 2022