July 18, 2024

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Reputable Italian reporter Fabrizio Romano claims that Omari Hutchinson is almost done with his permanent transfer to Ipswich Town during the summer transfer window. Negotiations between Chelsea and the recently promoted Premier League team have progressed over a £20–25 million deal for the 20-year-old talent. There will be no buyback clause in the arrangement.

When Omari Hutchinson moved from Arsenal to Chelsea in July 2022, he had to wait his turn. The Englishman, a Redhill native, spent seven years at Arsenal after starting his youth career at Charlton Athletic. Despite making two appearances for the first team, his career at Chelsea has not yet taken off.

Hutchinson, meantime, played a part in the Tractor Boys’ 2023–24 season-long loan to Ipswich Town, when he helped the team make its Premier League comeback after more than two decades. The 20-year-old prodigy played for Ipswich Town 50 times in all competitions, contributing 11 goals and six assists. The English offensive prospect, who had a successful loan spell at Ipswich Town, has returned to Chelsea. Nevertheless, following his outstanding performance in the 2023–24 campaign, the Tractor Boys have been keen to finalize a long-term deal to acquire Omari Hutchinson’s talents during the summer transfer window.

It makes sense that Ipswich Town is keen to finalize Omari Hutchinson’s permanent transfer this summer. When the Tractor Boys are ready for the Premier League challenge in 2023–2024, they desire familiarity in the squad. The squad’s core needs to be kept together, even though they should upgrade a few things. This will persist as Ipswich Town moves forward with negotiations with Chelsea regarding a long-term contract for Hutchinson. The newly-promoted Premier League team will have to fork down between £20 and £25. They are also talking about personal terms with the Englishman’s representatives, who are 20 years old. It’s interesting that there won’t be a buyback clause in the agreement.

Rather, Ipswich Town will include a sell-on clause, which means Chelsea will get paid if Hutchinson decides to leave the Tractor Boys and sign with another team in the future. With the preseason competition soon approaching, it will be intriguing to see how quickly Ipswich can finalize the £20–25 million deal for the English talent.

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