Ipswich Town reportedly allow Teddy Bishop to discuss terms with MK Dons following Scott Fraser's arrival
Having confirmed the signing of Scott Fraser from MK Dons yesterday evening, Ipswich Town are reportedly prepared to let Teddy Bishop move in the opposite direction.
Fraser, who scored 14 goals for the Dons in League One last term, has switched to the Tractor Boys on a three-year deal after an undisclosed fee was agreed.
And according to Football Insider, the two clubs have also been in discussions regarding the permanent transfer of Bishop.
The report adds that the deal has reached an advanced stage, with the 25-year-old having been granted permission to discuss personal terms at Stadium MK.
The news may come as a blow to both Portsmouth and Lincoln City, both of whom have previously been linked with moves for the Cambridge-born player.
Bishop has made a total of 132 appearances for Ipswich, 38 of which came last term.
The out of favour midfielder, who has 12 months remaining on his deal at Portman Road, was part of a predominantly youthful Ipswich side that played a pre-season friendly at Bury Town on Tuesday night.