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Ipswich Town's James Norwood likely to be on the move in January with Lincoln City, Plymouth Argyle, Oxford United and Portsmouth all interested



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Ipswich Town striker James Norwood is reportedly a target for a number of League One clubs.

The 31-year-old has fallen out of favour at Portman Road, and could be set for a move in January after being placed on the transfer list.

According to Football League World, Norwood is attracting interest from Lincoln City, Plymouth Argyle , Oxford United and Portsmouth ahead of the window.

James Norwood is attracting plenty of interest from League One rivals. Picture: Barry Goodwin
James Norwood is attracting plenty of interest from League One rivals. Picture: Barry Goodwin

The forward has struggled for minutes so far this season, featuring just twice in the league for Paul Cook's side.

He has been reportedly been training with the Under-23's, and scored for them in a 4-1 win against Watford Under-23's earlier today.

A move to one of the four sides would see him remain in League One and could strengthen a rival, something the Blues will consider heading into January.

However, Hampshire Live is reporting that Danny Cowley is not looking to sign the 31-year-old, with his wages being an issue for him securing a move to the south coast.