Sky Sports have reported that winger Cameron Stewart is having a medical at Ipswich ahead of a proposed move after Leeds United cancelled their deal to sign the winger after his contract at Hull expired.
Winger Stewart was set to sign for Leeds United from the 1st of July after his contract expired at Hull City but the winger fell out of favour with Brian McDermott towards the end of the season and following his inevitable sacking by new owner Massimo Cellino, Stewart has been told he is not wanted at Leeds.
Leeds tried to find a way out the deal they had made with Stewart and Hull to sign the player once his contract had expired from the 1st of July and it now seems like they have done so leaving Stewart free to move to another club.
Stewart started his career at Manchester United before going out on loan to Yeovil and Hull City.
After his loan at Hull, Hull paid a fee in the region of £300,000 to sign the winger. Stewart made 37 appearances scoring once for Hull during his permanent spell there. He was sent on loan to Burnley, Blackburn, Charlton and finally Leeds before Leeds struck a deal to sign him when his contract expired which now looks like it has been cancelled.