The 3 Ipswich Town players who may not play for the club again

After rising from League One under Kieran McKenna, Ipswich Town is locked in a thrilling race for automatic promotion. Having won their last four games, they are level on points with Leeds United, who are in second place.

After thriving under Kieran McKenna following their promotion from League One, Ipswich Town is engaged in an intense fight for automatic promotion.
After winning their last four games, Ipswich Town is now tied for second position with Leeds United. Naturally, finishing in the top two in the Championship will be the primary goal, but they’ll also probably be keeping an eye on their preparations for the impending summer transfer market.

Regardless of the division they are in, the Tractor boys will probably see a number of players leave the team at the end of the season; some of them may have already played their final game as members of the team.

In light of that, we examine three players who could fit that description.

Idris El-Mizouni

As he moves on from Portman Road, El-Mizouni is currently on his second loan with Leyton Orient. This summer, he has a 12-month option to extend his contract; nevertheless, even in that case, he might take advantage of the opportunity to profit before his contract expires.

The midfield player might want to seize the opportunity if it presents itself to leave on a permanent basis once his current loan expires.

Sone Aluko

Aluko has only played in seven games this season, and that one game was a two-minute cameo in league action. Even with his little playing time, he is still a significant player off the pitch.

The 35-year-old winger from Nigeria joined the Tractor Boys in 2021 and played a major role in the team’s inaugural campaign. However, since then, he has seen his playing time decrease to the point where he only makes four matchday squads in the Championship this year. His contract expires this summer, so it’s possible that we won’t see him play for Ipswich Town again.

Dominic Ball

Ball signed with Ipswich Town as a free agent at the start of the last campaign, but things haven’t gone quite as planned there.

The 28-year-old played in just 19 games in all competitions in the previous season, and he has played in even fewer games so far this term—just 14. Ball, who is also set to expire at the end of June, has not been included in any of the last six matchday squads and is not expected to be called up at this late stage of the season with Ipswich now sitting third in the Championship table.


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