They're going big!

Here, I take a look at Ipswich's activity in the transfer window and the business they're close to concluding

Jul 10, 2024 - 03:28
Jul 10, 2024 - 03:30
They're going big!
Ipswich boss Kieran McKenna is getting the backing he will need

Hello, good morning sports fans, I hope you're well, looking after yourselves and are in good health. Sports fans, we need to talk about an important issue in the world of sports, and that's football. To be more precise, let's talk about Ipswich Town, The Tractor Boys. 

Ipswich are back in the Premier League after a 22-year absence and much has been made of their rise. Kieran McKenna's side are one of a number of sides who have enjoyed a double promotion from League One as it's called these days to the Premier League. 

The Tractor Boys have did that buy securing some astute signings. In the Premier League that too will still be needed, but they will need to shop at a different shop now when it comes to buying. Bargain basement is great, but the product needs to last beyond the season. 

To their credit Ipswich have tried to do that, by first sealing the permanent signing of Omari Hutchison, who was outustanding for the Suffolk side last term. A fee in the region of £20 million looks to have done it. 

News now has emerged that Kieran Mckenna's side have all but completed deals for Jaden , yeah the fella that scored that unbelieavable 'Rabona Goal' and Liam Delap, son of the throw-in King Rory, for a fee in the region of £38 million. 

Their will be several quarters questioning this deal, is it worth it? Is it wise to spend this amount of money on three players? We will only truly know come the end of May. One I believe is certain is that Ipswich have been able to sign these players due to McKenna staying. 

If the Northern Irishman was leaving the club, they would have to thought about it twice. But as it is, Ipswich have signed three good players so far, this trasnfer window. How about a cheeky loan for Fabio Carvlaho?

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