Cornell attracting Championship interest as Ipswich contract is terminated

David Cornell in action during the 3-2 defeat against Portsmouth in the FA Cup Picture: Ross Halls

David Cornell has left Ipswich Town by mutual consent - Credit: Archant

Goalkeeper David Cornell is attracting interest from the Championship after his Ipswich Town contract was terminated by mutual consent. 

The keeper moves on after just one season, having signed from Northampton Town last summer, but could soon be fixed up elsewhere.

In total, the Welshman made 15 Ipswich Town appearances, keeping four clean sheets and finishing the season as the starting goalkeeper for Paul Cook's side.

However, Cornell was one of a large number of players told they would not be involved next season and he has moved on to seek a new opportunity elsewhere.

Cornell's fellow goalkeeper, Tomas Holy, was also told he will have limited opportunities should he stay at Portman Road, with Ipswich searching for a new No.1 goalkeeper this summer.

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