Ipswich Town striker Kayden Jackson is wanted by a host of Championship sides, with discussions over a new contract at Portman Road stalling.
The 26-year-old signed for Ipswich from Accrington Stanley in the summer of 2018, scoring only four goals as the Tractor Boys were relegated from the Championship.
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Jackson’s future at Portman Road, however, has been recently called into question, with the striker failing to agree a new deal with the club.
The forward is believed to have been talks with Ipswich over a new long-term deal for quite some time, with his current deal expiring in 2021.
Ipswich do have the option to extend Jackson’s deal by another year, but the East Anglian Daily Times claim that clubs from the Championship are eyeing up the striker’s situation.
Talks could well resume in the near future, and it is understood that Jackson is not pushing to leave the club despite contract talks failing to progress.
It would be a big blow for Ipswich if Jackson were to leave the club this season.
He and James Norwood could have scored a lot more goals this season, but he is still so important to the team and has scored some important goals.
He isn’t just a goalscorer, though. He creates plenty of chances for his teammates and has produced plenty of assists this season, so it would be tough to lose him.