Ipswich Town Takes Lead in Race for Hull City’s Jaden Philogene

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Tractor Boys in Pole Position

Ipswich Town has surged ahead in the competition to sign Hull City’s Jaden Philogene, with the Premier League newcomers now leading the charge against Everton. The Suffolk-based club is currently finalising a lucrative £35 million deal that also includes Jacob Greaves.

Accepted Bids and Personal Preferences

Both Ipswich Town and Everton have had their bids for Philogene accepted by Hull City. However, the young winger has expressed a preference for Ipswich’s offer to his close associates. This tilt in favour could prove pivotal as the transfer saga unfolds.

Medicals Imminent for Hull Duo

With contracts being negotiated, the medical team at Ipswich is poised to conduct the necessary checks to seal the deal. Greaves, another Hull City standout, has already completed his medical earlier in the week, agreeing to a five-year term with Ipswich Town.

Philogene’s Impressive Track Record

Despite stiff competition from top-tier clubs like West Ham, Tottenham, and even Barcelona, Ipswich Town has acted decisively to secure Philogene’s talents. The young winger’s last season stats boast 12 goals and six assists, underscoring his potential at just 22 years of age.

Ipswich Aiming to Reinforce Attack

The acquisition of Philogene is part of Ipswich Town’s broader strategy to strengthen their squad. The club has also set its sights on former Rangers forward Ryan Kent, indicating a serious intent to make an impact in their Premier League campaign.

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