Ipswich Town are monitoring AFC Fylde’s Danny Rowe, with the striker set to leave the non-league outfit this month.
The 29-year-old has established himself as one of the best players outside the Football League due to his performances over the years, which has seen him score 182 goals in 281 games, including 27 last season.
However, Rowe, who is out of contract in the summer, has made it clear that he wants to leave the club and he has been placed on the transfer list ahead of a potential move in January.
And, the East Anglian Daily Times have revealed that the Tractor Boys have been watching the striker as Paul Lambert looks to strengthen his squad as they seek a return to the Championship.
Despite that, they do state that rival offers have already been lodged for Rowe and that Ipswich aren’t at that stage yet, with the Suffolk side only showing an interest right now.
Reinforcements are needed at Portman Road, with Lambert’s men without a win in eight league games and have dropped down to fifth as a result.
Rowe is certainly ready to move up the leagues as even though he hasn’t been as prolific this season, he has proven himself over the years.
Whether he is good enough for League One is another question but his contract situation means that he would be a pretty low risk move for any buying club.
Ipswich need to freshen up the squad this month as their form in the past month has been alarming and it will be interesting to see what happens with Rowe.
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