Ipswich Town set to fight it out with Portsmouth and Charlton Athletic for Luton Town striker Danny Hylton
Ipswich Town are reportedly locked in a battle with two other League One clubs to sign Danny Hylton.
The striker's contract with Luton Town is set to expire at the end of the month and with no agreement yet reached over an extension, it appears that Hylton is soon to become a free agent.
And according to Football Insider, his potential availability has captured the attention of Ipswich manager Kieran McKenna.
The publication adds that both Portsmouth and Charlton Athletic are also monitoring the 33-year-old's situation closely.
Hylton was part of the Luton squad that reached the semi-finals of the Championship play-offs last season, although his involvement was limited to just 17 appearances, from which he scored four goals.
Hylton started his career with Aldershot Town before embarking on spells with Rotherham United and Oxford United.
He joined Luton in 2016 and has gone on to score 62 goals in 166 outings for the Hatters.