Ipswich Town will let Vaclav Hladky leave as long as they recoup the fee paid to Salford City
Ipswich Town will allow goalkeeper Vaclav Hladky to leave this summer as long as they recoup the majority of the fee they paid for him.
The 31-year-old joined Town from Salford City, but after a difficult start to life in Suffolk, he was quickly displaced by Christian Walton.
Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen have been linked with a move for Hladky, with boss Jim Goodwin having previously worked with the Czech native at St Mirren.
Town's number two is reportedly Goodwin's top target, and according to the Scottish Daily Express, they have been handed a boost, with Ipswich confirming they are willing to sell the 31-year-old.
Hladky has reportedly told the Portman Road hierarchy that he wants to be playing regular football at this stage of his career.
The report adds that there is interest from other clubs for the 31-year-old, but Hladky wants to reunite with his former boss.
The former Salford goalkeeper has made 14 appearances for Ipswich this season, the last of which came in the 1-0 home win against Wycombe Wanderers.