The Wolves winger is expected to leave and would be available for around £1.5m but a loan deal could materialise if Ipswich won’t pay that.
The former Blackburn man has proven himself to be very capable at this level over the years and has real quality on the ball.
McCarthy hasn’t really got anyone who has nailed down a position on the right and often ends up utilising a more forward thinking player there, such as Martyn Waghorn.
However, Marshall is a natural winger and with McGoldrick sure to be moving on, Waghorn will be needed in the centre.
Competition will be fierce for Marshall but it’s hard to see any side above Ipswich in the table taking the 26-year old so you can’t rule it out.