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Town closing in on Jackson deal as striker heads to Suffolk while Blues make £1.2m Windass offer

PUBLISHED: 14:41 08 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:43 08 August 2018

Kayden Jackson could complete his move to Ipswich today. Picture: PA

Kayden Jackson could complete his move to Ipswich today. Picture: PA

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Ipswich Town have turned their attention to completing a deal for striker Kayden Jackson following the arrivals of Jon Nolan and Toto Nsiala from Shrewsbury.

Kayden Jackson and Josh Windass are both strikers to have interested Ipswich Town. Picture: PAKayden Jackson and Josh Windass are both strikers to have interested Ipswich Town. Picture: PA

The Blues have been tracking the Accrington Stanley man for much of the summer, now having a bid accepted understood to be worth an initial £1.6m with add ons potentially taking it closer to £2million.

Has has moved to Suffolk today to discuss personal terms and undergo a medical, with neither expected to be an issue, after which he is expected to sign a three-year deal with an option for a fourth.

He could be an Ipswich Town player as soon as this evening.

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Queens Park Rangers and Peterborough are also said to have had offers accepted for the 24-year-old frontman, who scored 16 goals last season as Stanley won the League Two title.

But, as previously reported, he has made it clear Ipswich is his preferred destination due to his desire to work with new Blues boss Paul Hurst, who had the striker briefly during his time at Grimsby.

As well as a move for Jackson, the Blues are also pursuing a move for Rangers forward Josh Windass.

Reports in Scotland last night suggested Ipswich have lodged an offer in the region of £1.2m, which we can confirm to be correct.

Town are hopeful of doing a deal for Accrington Stanley striker Kayden Jackson (left). Photo: PagepixTown are hopeful of doing a deal for Accrington Stanley striker Kayden Jackson (left). Photo: Pagepix

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However, there has yet to be a response from Rangers, with the Scottish giants said to be keen on a number of top-up clauses.

The bid is thought to have been made last night, signalling the Blues’ desire to bring both Windass and Jackson last night.

Ibrox boss Steven Gerrard is said to be keen to hang onto the forward, who played wide left on Sunday at Aberdeen, but there is a feeling the player is keen to test himself at Championship level.

Mark Heath, Andy Warren and Stuart Watson are back with another episode of the Kings of Anglia podcast.

Trevoh Chalobah was proud to captain England Under 20s in their 2-0 victory over Germany at Colchester on Monday night but has already turned his attention to Ipswich Town’s Friday clash with West Brom.

Ipswich Town left-back Jonas Knudsen says he is ready to talk to other clubs in January.

Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert is clear on his January recruitment strategy following a meeting with owner Marcus Evans yesterday.

In our daily feature, we take a look at what happened on this day in Ipswich Town’s history. Today features John Wark scoring twice in a draw with Swindon, while the Blues progressed in the League Cup.

Ipswich Town assistant manager Stuart Taylor believes the international break has offered the perfect chance for the Blues squad to bond further following the arrival of Paul Lambert.

Ipswich Town midfielder Andre Dozzell believes he is finally back up to speed following his year-long injury absence.

England Under 20s beat Germany 2-0 at Colchester this evening. ANDY WARREN was there to see how Trevoh Chalobah, Andre Dozzell and Flynn Downes got on

Ipswich Town’s Under-23s beat their Crystal Palace counterparts 5-2 at Playford Road this afternoon. STUART WATSON gives his observations.

Paul Lambert is confident Ipswich Town can quickly overturn their five point deficit if they continue the progress they have made in the early weeks of his reign.

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