Championship side Ipswich Town have signed Wolves winger Jordan Graham on a season-long loan deal, the club have confirmed.
The 23-year-old had a loan spell with Fulham last season, but only made three substitute appearances.
Graham previously had a short loan stint with the Tractor Boys in 2013 when he was on the books at Aston Villa, featuring twice.
The former England Under-17 international becomes Ipswich’s 10th signing of the summer transfer window.
So is this a good signing for Paul Hurst’s side?
A shrewd bit of business.
Jordan Graham knows the club having been there previously so he will know the surroundings and will take next to no time fitting in.
Paul Hurst’s relativity short tenure at the helm at Portman Road has not got off to the best of starts, so adding a player with experience and understanding to the club will benefit everyone involved.
Graham was not going to feature for Wolves, so an opportunity to get first-team football at in familiar surroundings is an excellent choice.
Yes, a very good signing.
Graham was an exciting young player at one point, but things haven’t panned out for him.
If he gets a run of games I can see him being really successful.
Ipswich need an injection of something too, it’s been a hard start for them.
I think so.
Ipswich need some Championship experience and Graham has that.
He’ll be eager to play after a lack of minutes last season and could well be one of the Tractor Boys’ better players this year.