Ipswich Town are understood to have made a transfer enquiry about Peterborough United midfielder Jack Taylor.

The EADT and Ipswich Star revealed that Blues boss Kieran McKenna was interested in the 24-year-old back in May.

In response to that article, Posh director of football Barry Fry slapped a tongue-in-cheek £10m price tag on the player.

A product of the Chelsea youth system, Taylor dropped down to the National League to play for Barnet. His impressive performances at that level saw Peterborough pay £500k for his signature in January 2020 and, within six months, owner Darragh MacAnthony revealed he had turned down a bid of 'just under £2m'

The versatile midfielder has scored 16 goals in 103 starts and eight sub appearances for Posh across the Championship and League One.

Sitting second in the League One table, Ipswich are looking to strengthen from a position of strength when the January transfer window opens.

Lee Evans has just returned from a nine-game injury absence to compete with skipper Sam Morsy and teenager Cameron Humphreys for a central midfield spot.

Dominic Ball has been ruled out for the season with a knee injury. 

Town currently have Australian midfielder Massimo Luongo on trial. The 30-year-old's contract at Middlesbrough expires in January.