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Ipswich Town defender Corrie Ndaba signs new three-year contract



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Ipswich Town defender Corrie Ndaba has penned a new three-year deal.

The 22-year-old is the latest player to sign a new contract this summer, after deals were also handed to Elkan Baggott, Luke Woolfenden, Wes Burns, Sone Aluko, Kayden Jackson and Cameron Humphreys.

Ndaba spent last season on loan at Salford City and made 31 appearances in all competitions before being named supporters' player of the year.

Corrie Ndaba has signed a new three-year deal. Picture: ITFC
Corrie Ndaba has signed a new three-year deal. Picture: ITFC

He was due to be out of contract next summer, but has signed a two-year extension until 2025. The club has the option to extend that by a further 12 months.

"This is a big part of my career and I am really happy," he told the club website.

"At this point I feel like I can continue to improve and there are some really good players that I want to continue working with.

"I've shown the manager what I can do and I have enjoyed working with him because I love the way we are playing. He is a big reason for me being so happy here.

"We have had a good pre-season and I am excited about the upcoming campaign."