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The talented PL play-maker who would really benefit from a move to Ipswich Town



It’s set to be a big campaign for Ipswich in the Championship again next season but there’s thought amongst the Town faithful that there’s room for improvement after their 17th-place finish last time out.

The Tractor Boys huffed and puffed their way to safety in the league last season and whilst they were pretty comfortably safe, there is plenty of strengthening that needs to happen in the summer.

Manager Mick McCarthy has been doing this for long enough to know what needs improving during the close season but adding a player that gives them a little more punch must be topping his transfer list.

And there’s one man I’d like to see make yet another loan switch – or even a permanent switch – to Portman Road and that’s Crystal Palace play-maker Jonny Williams.

The Welshman recently signed a contract extension at Selhurst Park which means a permanent move is probably unlikely at this stage but he’s a man that’s spent plenty of time at Portman Road in the past and he’s well liked amongst the Town faithful.

Whilst he’s not the best goal scorer at this level in the slightest, the Welsh international brings plenty of creativity to each and every team he’s played with and he’s more than capable of bringing some much-needed quality to the forward line when needs be.

But what Williams needs now is more game-time on the pitch so he can continue his development.

At just 23-years-old, he’s still got a few years until he hits his peak but right now, he’s more than good enough to really help out down at Ipswich Town.

The Tractor Boys will be hoping to improve on their league placing last time out and he’s the sort of player that would certainly help them do that.

Town fans- would you like to see Williams return this summer? Leave your thoughts down below!

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: The talented PL play-maker who would really benefit from a move to Ipswich Town

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