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Ipswich Town cancel contract of goalkeeper David Cornell by mutual consent

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Ipswich Town goalkeeper David Cornell has had his contract terminated by mutual consent.

The 30-year-old, who joined the Tractor Boys last summer on a free transfer from Northampton Town, still had 12 months to run on his deal at Portman Road.

However, after being informed by manager Paul Cook that his starting opportunities were likely to be limited next term, the former Wales youth international has opted to move on.

David Cornell has left Ipswich Town. Picture: Barry Goodwin
David Cornell has left Ipswich Town. Picture: Barry Goodwin

Cornell made 15 appearances for Town during the 2020/21 campaign, keeping four clean sheets in the process.

He becomes the third player to leave Ipswich in the last two days, following Colchester United-bound Luke Chambers and midfielder Gwion Edwards, who has sealed a switch to fellow EFL League One outfit Wigan Athletic.

Another player thought to be close to the exit door is Andre Dozzell, with the homegrown midfielder reportedly nearing a transfer to Championship side Queens Park Rangers.

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