The East Anglian Times report that Ipswich have rejected a £2.75m offer from us for their goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski.
It is not known when this bid was made but the local newspaper believes that the club’s reported transfer embargo could end our pursuit of the 31-year-old.
Still, the Birmingham Mail believe we may still press ahead with transfer dealings despite doubts over whether we can actually register players.
Bialkowski has been named Ipswich’s player of the year for the last three years and was with Poland at the World Cup in Russia last month.
The Tractor Boys are believed to want the keeper to stay and are preparing a new contract for the player. However, it seems they may sell for the right price as he has just one year remaining on his current deal.
In case no new contract is signed, the East Anglian Times report that Ipswich have “sounded out” Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham. If the alleged embargo is lifted before the end of the transfer window, I am interested to know whether fans would see Bialkowski as an upgrade on both David Stockdale and Tomasz Kuszczak?
He has certainly performed well in recent seasons and could be available this summer. What do you think? Let me know in the poll: