July 19, 2024

SO SAD: Ipswich owner Gamechanger  set a bumper contract for a missed out goal machine worth….

Ipswich Town were prepared to hand Blackburn Rovers striker Sam Gallagher a three-year contract if he had made the move to Portman Road, according to journalist Alan Nixon.

In order to expand his attacking options, Kieran McKenna brought in Kieffer Moore on loan from Bournemouth during the summer window.

Ipswich was interested in signing Gallagher from Blackburn, but the Ewood Park team declined offers for the striker.

Blackburn are set to trigger a clause in Gallagher’s contract to now extend it by a further year in order that he cannot depart for nothing in the summer.

Gallagher though would have got significant security if he had been able to join Ipswich.

The Tractor Boys were ready to hand him a three-and-a-half year contract, running until the summer of 2024.

It remains to be seen if Ipswich revisit their interest in Gallagher in the summer.

Gallagher came through the youth set-up at Plymouth Argyle and Southampton, and joined Blackburn in 2019.

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