Hull City winger Jaden Philogene would prefer to move to Ipswich Town amid links to FC Barcelona, Everton, West Ham and Crystal Palace, according to BBC Sport.

The Blues reportedly launched a bid worth more than £30 million to sign him and team-mate Jacob Greaves, who's been linked with the Toffees and Premier League rivals West Ham.

Acun Ilicali, who owns Hull, has confirmed that the interest in Philogene is genuine, although transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has since said that a move to Barcelona is unlikely as he prefers to join a Premier League club.

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BBC Sport have since reported that Ipswich are in 'advanced talks' for the 22-year-old despite interest from several established top-flight clubs, while the forward 'believes a move to Ipswich represents the best option at this time in his career'.

The report adds that Town are 'hopeful' of getting a deal done for the Tigers' talisman, who registered 12 goals and six assists in 32 Championship last season.

Aston Villa, who sold Philogene to Hull last summer, are seemingly interested in bringing him back, but face issues with Profit and Sustainability restrictions.