Ipswich Town will be looking to put together a positive run of results at the earliest of opportunities in League One under the management of Paul Cook.
The Tractor Boys are currently sat ninth in the third-tier standings, and will know that results simply have to improve in the near future, if they’re to stand a chance of a top-six finish this term.
Paul Cook’s side are five points adrift of the play-off positions, but will eager to pick up a much-needed three points in their next match against promotion-chasing rivals Charlton Athletic at The Valley, in what is certain to be a tricky test for Ipswich.
It could be an interesting summer ahead for the Tractor Boys, with Cook looking to build his squad ahead of the 2021/22 season, which could potentially be in the Championship if they win promotion in this year’s campaign.
We take a look at TWO Ipswich Town players who you’d imagine will want to leave Portman Road this summer for pastures new.
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Skuse has been with the club since 2013, after he arrived on a free transfer after a spell with Bristol City. Skuse has gone on to make over 250 appearances for Ipswich Town over the years, which includes being a regular in their team whilst they were in the Championship.
But he has found regular game time hard to come by in this year’s campaign, with the 35-year-old making just two appearances in total for the Tractor Boys.
His contract is set to expire at the end of the 2020/21 season, and it remains to be seen as to whether he’ll be looking to move to another club in search of regular minutes at this stage of his career.
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Sears is another player that has been with the club for a number of years now, with the 31-year-old first signing for Ipswich Town back in 2015.
He has made over 200 appearances in total for the Tractor Boys, but has found regular minutes hard to come by this term, with the former West Ham man making just 14 league starts for the League One side.
Sears is out-of-contract at the end of this year’s campaign, and his future remains ‘up in the air’ heading into the summer, although Ipswich do hold the option to extend his current contract by another year if they wish to do so.
It wouldn’t come as much of a surprise to see Sears look at finding a new club in the future though, as he looks to find regular game time.