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Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry names price Ipswich Town will have to pay for Jack Taylor



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Peterborough United chief Barry Fry has said Ipswich Town will have to pay £10million if they wish to sign Jack Taylor.

Reports last week suggested the 23-year-old was a possible target for Ipswich, with a midfielder likely to be on the agenda this summer.

Taylor has become an important figure at London Road, making 34 appearances in all competitions for Grant McCann's side as they were relegated from the Championship.

Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry (right). Picture: Andy Jones
Peterborough United director of football Barry Fry (right). Picture: Andy Jones

Despite Town's interest, Peterborough's director of football Barry Fry has insisted he has had not had any contact regarding Taylor's availability.

“I’ve had no contact from Ipswich for any of our players. In fact I’ve had no contact from any club about anyone," he said when speaking to the Peterborough Telegraph. "It’s far too early in the summer for that. There are still games going on.

"I will say we have no interest in selling Jack Taylor. If someone offered £10million we might, but that isn’t going to happen.

"We are looking to recruit a couple of midfielders so I doubt we will let anyone go from that position."