Town targets Nsiala, Nolan and Tilt left out by Shrewsbury and Blackpool as Jackson starts for Stanley

Toto Nsiala and Jon Nolan have put in transfer requests following offers from Ipswich Town. Picture:

Toto Nsiala and Jon Nolan have put in transfer requests following offers from Ipswich Town. Picture: PA - Credit: Archant

Toto Nsiala and Jon Nolan have been left out by Shrewsbury for their opening-day clash with Bradford while Curtis Tilt will not play for Blackpool at Wycombe.

Blackpool defender Curtis Tilt is a target of Ipswich Town. Picture: Blackpool Gazette

Blackpool defender Curtis Tilt is a target of Ipswich Town. Picture: Blackpool Gazette - Credit: Archant

The three players have all handed in transfer requests in a bid to force through a move to Ipswich, with the Blues thought to be getting closer to securing a deal for Nsiala and Nolan.

The pair were kept away from training after making their desire to leave clear on Wednesday, after a joint Ipswich bid of around £1.4million was rejected, while negotiations regarding Blackpool’s Tilt have been ongoing for some time.

He too will not play for his club today, having handed in a transfer request as talks failed to move closer to a resolution.

Ipswich have also been chasing Accrington Stanley striker Kayden Jackson, with a bid in the region of £1.75m thought to have been rejected.

Ipswich Town have had a �1.75m bid for Kayden Jackson rejected. Photo: PA

Ipswich Town have had a �1.75m bid for Kayden Jackson rejected. Photo: PA - Credit: PA Archive/PA Images


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He too has made his desire to join Ipswich clear, though the Blues are thought to have cooled on a potential deal given Stanley are thought to want in the region of £2.5m.

The Blues have also made a loan offer for Cardiff striker Omar Bogle, with the Bluebirds beginning their Premier League season next weekend.

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