Rangers: Fresh John Lundstram transfer update emerges amid Ipswich Town interest

Rangers: Fresh John Lundstram transfer update emerges amid Ipswich Town interest

When John Lundstram’s Rangers contract expires this summer, Ipswich Town is not interested in signing him, according to Football Scotland.

The news source stated on their website on April 19 that the Championship team is not considering the 30-year-old Ibrox star and that he is not on their wishlist for the summer transfer window.

On Friday, April 19, rumors said that the two sides were nearing an agreement on terms for a £2 million annual contract. However, according to Football Scotland, those claims are inaccurate and negotiations are still underway with Rangers for a new contract.

Rangers want to keep John Lundstram

Although it’s obvious that Philippe Clement and Rangers want to keep Lundstram at Ibrox for the upcoming campaign, they have once again put themselves in a difficult situation.

The team has allowed him to enter the last six weeks of his contract without reaching an agreement, and they have no control over anyone else’s attempts to influence him or talk with him.

He might find that moving to Ipswich would be a very smart move because it would allow him to return to the south of England and play in the Premier League, which would surely bring in a lot of money.

However, he will be a vital player for Rangers under this management, consistently contending for trophies and striving for Europe.

Although moving to Turkey has also been discussed, it appears less likely to happen, therefore the fact that Ipswich’s interest has emerged on its own implies that the team has a strong chance of convincing him to sign a new contract.



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