Ipswich Town reportedly in the running to re-sign Sheffield Wednesday striker Jordan Rhodes
Ipswich Town are reportedly exploring the possibility of bringing Jordan Rhodes back to the club.
The forward rose through the ranks at Portman Road, only to be sold to Huddersfield Town by then Tractor Boys manager Roy Keane in the summer of 2009 having made just 10 appearances a substitute.
Rhodes has since gone on to score goals for number of clubs, enjoying particularly impressive spells with the Terriers and Blackburn Rovers.
However, the 31-year-old is due to become a free agent in the summer when his contract with current club Sheffield Wednesday expires.
And while according to Football League World it is Rhodes' former club Huddersfield that lead the race for his signature at the moment, Ipswich boss Paul Cook is also said to be keen.
Cook is expected to oversee a summer of widespread changes to his playing squad.