Ipswich Town are eyeing up Alanyaspor striker Jonathan Ayité, according to TWTD.
The 29-year-old is currently the top scorer in the Turkish second division having netted a total of 13 goals in 22 games this year.
Out of contract at the end of the season, several clubs are vying for the signature of the Togo international such as French side Reims, and Turkish top flight side Konyaspor both keeping tabs on him.
Ipswich still seem to be desperate to sign a striker despite signing Noel Hunt earlier in the year, Freddie Sears from Colchester United and Chris Wood on loan from Leicester City. It’s clear that Mick McCarthy is keen to expand his options up front whether Town are in the Premier League or not.
Six foot tall, Ayité’s best spell was at French Ligue 2 side Nîmes Olympique where he scored 27 goals in two years. He has three goals in international football for Togo.
Ipswich have lifted themselves back into a play-off position in the Sky Bet Championship, after a stunning win over Watford on Saturday.
The Tractorboys currently sit in sixth place having amassed 67 points so far this season.