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Ipswich to look at Hungarian striker

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Ipswich Town will have the chance to cast their eye over Hungarian striker Balint Bajner as the 23-year-old is training with the Tractor Boys, according to twtd.co.uk.

German giants Borussia Dortmund recently released the former Hungary Under 19 international after spending two years with their B-side in the third tier of German football.

Bajner will hope to impress Mick McCarthy

Bajner will hope to impress Mick McCarthy

The Szombathely born striker started his youth career in his home country with Haladas before joining Austrian side FC Sopron, where he gained his first taste for senior football in 2006.

He then signed for Romanian side Liberty Oradea where he had a season on loan with West Ham United in 2008, failing to make an appearance for the Hammers.

He returned to Hungary in 2010 with Budapest Honved before signing for lower league Italian side Sulmona.

Bajner featured just once for Dortmund’s first team, when he replaced Moritz Leitner in a game against Monchengladbach in February 2013.

The free agent will have to impress Town boss Mick McCarthy if he is to gain a contract with the Championship side, who currently have four strikers on their books.

If the Suffolk side were to sign Bajner, he would compete with fellow front men David McGoldrick, Frank Nouble, Daryl Murphy and Paul Taylor for a spot in the starting 11.


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