Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony says he doesn't anticipate midfielder Jack Taylor joining Ipswich Town this summer.

Posh director of football Barry Fry recently claimed that Ipswich had three bids for the 24-year-old knocked back during the 2023 January transfer window.

Town currently have eight senior central midfielders in Sam Morsy, Massimo Luongo, Lee Evans, Dominic Ball, Panutche Camara, Cameron Humphreys, Idris El Mizouni and Rekeem Harper.

Asked on Twitter when he expected Taylor to join Ipswich, MacAnthony replied: "I don't expect it."

Meanwhile, we understand that Sheffield Star's report that Ipswich have 'expressed an interest in taking Marvin Johnson to Portman Road on a free transfer' is wide of the mark.

The 32-year-old played in a left wing-back role for an Owls side that secured League One promotion last season and has been offered fresh terms at Hillsborough ahead of his current deal expiring.

Wednesday are currently without a manager after the South Yorkshire club last night parted ways with promotion-winning boss Darren Moore.

Johnson was found guilty of elbowing Wes Burns in a 2-2 draw at Portman Road back in February and handed a retrospective three-game ban.

Ipswich's two left-back options are currently Leif Davis and Greg Leigh, with Nathan Broadhead, Marcus Harness and Kyle Edwards vying for the inside left forward position.

Kieran McKenna has previously said he wants to add 'young, hungry, technical and athletic' players to his squad.