Mark Ashton and Paul Cook were busy in the transfer market this summer
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It’s turning into a busy day in Ipswich Town as the Blues try to complete their squad at the end of a hectic summer transfer window.
Town made its mark yesterday with the arrival of Brighton goalkeeper Christian Walton 17.
The heart of the Blues summer business is likely to be attacking midfielder Bersant Celina, with the Portman Road side signing a loan deal for a player who impressed during his temporary tenure at the club in 2017/18.
A holding midfielder is also on the agenda, with Middlesbrough’s Sam Morsy a leading target as Paul Cook seeks a reunion with a player who led his teams in both Wigan and Chesterfield.
There aren’t any, however Guarantees as neither Middlesbrough nor Morsy push for a move while the 29-year-old remains connected to Neil Warnock’s side and in Three of Boro’s five championship games begin this season.
Should Morsy fail to move, the Blues have other midfield goals they can turn to to help build muscle in the middle of the pitch.
As for the As far as departures are concerned, Armando Dobra will officially finalize a loan move to Colchester later in the day after the move was completed yesterday.
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