Josh Yorwerth leaves Ipswich Town by mutual consent

Ipswich Town v Stevenage
Capital One Cup First Round.Josh Yorwerth scores for Town .

Ipswich Town v Stevenage Capital One Cup First Round.Josh Yorwerth scores for Town . - Credit: Sarah Lucy brown

Ipswich Town have terminated the contract of Josh Yorwerth by mutual consent.

The 21-year-old Welsh defender joined Blues as a free agent last summer after being released by Cardiff, signing a two year contract.

He marked his debut by scoring against Stevenage in a 2-1 win in the Capital One Cup in August and went on to make two more appearances in a Town shirt in the same competition, including away at Premier League giants Manchester United.

He joined Crawley on loan in September and eventually extended his stay with the League Two club through to the end of the season, playing 25 times.

In April, Blues’ boss Mick McCarthy revealed that Yorwerth wasn’t part of his plans for next season and the club and the player have now reached an agreement that allows the Wales U21 international to find a new club for the start of 2016/17.


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