Frank Nouble signs for Ipswich Town
IPSWICH Town have completed the signing of Frank Nouble from Wolves for an undisclosed fee, with the striker penning an 18 month contract at Portman Road.
The 21-year-old is the third striker to sign for the Blues in five days, following last week’s loan moves for David McGoldrick and Aaron McLean.
Including defender Patrick Kisnorbo, the Blues have already signed four players in the January transfer window.
Nouble began his career at Chelsea before moving on to West Ham in 2009 for an undisclosed fee.
During his time with the Hammers, he was sent on loan multiple times, including stints with West Brom, Swindon, Swansea Charlton, Gillingham and two separate spells at Oakwell with Barnsley.
Nouble then joined Mick McCarthy’s former Club Wolves in the summer on a two year deal but struggled to break into then-manager Stale Solbakken’s side and has now teamed up with Blues.
He will wear the number 35 shirt during his time at Portman Road.
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