Do Not Sell My Personal Information
Connect with us

Bristol City

Ipswich Town’s stance emerges regarding Bristol City midfielder

Published

on

Ipswich Town are opting not to sign Tyreeq Bakinson on a permanent contract after spending the second half of last season on loan with the Tractor Boys, as per a report from Bristol Live. 

The report states that the Bristol City are now working to find a permanent home for the 23-year-old, with Bakinson not part of Nigel Pearson’s plans for the upcoming Championship campaign. 

Still possessing a year left on his current deal with the Robins, after the club decided to trigger a 12-month extension back in November, it remains to be seen what the immediate future holds. 

The midfielder featured 13 times in the Championship during the first half of last season, before a loan move to Suffolk wads sanctioned in January. 

Literally 99% of Bristol City fans should be scoring 28/28 on this Robins quiz – Can you?

1 of 28

WHAT YEAR WERE BRISTOL CITY FOUNDED?

Going on to feature 17 times in the third tier, the report states that Bakinson was part of Kieran McKenna’s considerations, however, they have opted against that now. 

The verdict 

Still just 23 years of age, and accumulating over 100 games in the EFL, Bakinson could prove to be an excellent pick-up this summer. 

The level of his next move also remains to be seen, with the young midfielder showing signs that he can compete in the Championship during his time with the Robins. 

However, the stumbling block in this scenario is the fee, with fewer clubs willing to spend it would seem. 

Bakinson’s passing range, tenacity and midfield intelligence would add real value in League One, and when combined with the fact that he is still 23, he could be a real coup for top-end third-tier outfits this summer. 


ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: Ipswich Town’s stance emerges regarding Bristol City midfielder

Please leave feedback to help us improve the site: