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Ipswich Town transfer rumours: Four sides are chasing Kieffer Moore, so what’s he worth?

PUBLISHED: 11:35 29 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:35 29 December 2017

Kieffer Moore in action for Town in pre-season. Picture: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Kieffer Moore in action for Town in pre-season. Picture: INPHO/Ryan Byrne

Four sides are chasing the signature of red hot Town striker Kieffer Moore in January.

Moore is currently on loan at League One Rotherham, where he’s netted 13 goals for the Millers - good enough for second in the division behind former Town youth star Jack Marriott, who’s scored 17 times for Peterborough.

- MORE: Rotherham boss says they will bid for Moore

Blues boss Mick McCarthy has already said that Moore will be returning to Portman Road in January, where he could choose to cash in straight away on the 6ft 5ins hitman, bought for just £10,000 from Forest Green Rovers at the start of 2017 – his value will likely never be higher.

If that’s the case, Rotherham, Charlton, Bradford and Scunthorpe are all lining up to make bids, according to the South London Press.

- MORE: Town’s big January decision, what to do with Kieffer Moore

When asked recently about Moore, McCarthy said: “He’ll be coming back, that’s my view. We’ll see if he can score as many in the Championship.

“Unless of course someone comes in and offers a bonkers deal for him, I don’t know.”

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