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Ipswich Town reportedly set to release four youngsters on free transfers




Ipswich Town have reportedly informed four youngsters that their contracts – which expire in the summer – will not be renewed.

According to both the East Anglian Daily Times and TWTD, goalkeepers Adam Przybek and Harry Wright are among the quartet that is being released.

Przybek made one senior appearance for the Tractor Boys in the Leasing.com Trophy, while Wright – son of former Ipswich gloveman Richard – will depart without turning out for the senior side.

Four players are said to have been told they can leave Portman Road on free transfers. Picture: Mark Westley
Four players are said to have been told they can leave Portman Road on free transfers. Picture: Mark Westley

Also said to be leaving are forwards Kai Brown and Zak Brown – the latter having made his Ipswich debut in a Papa John’s Trophy encounter against Crawley.

It is also believed that a number of other young players who are out of contract in the summer have been informed they are being released.

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