Coventry City are interested in making a summer move for Ipswich Town striker Kayden Jackson, according to East Anglian Daily Times.
Sky Blues manager Mark Robins has followed up his side’s promotion from League One with a number of significant signings.
He initially signed Gustavo Hamer before adding French defender Julien Dacosta. Marcel Hilssner also came to the club, whilst former loan players Callum O’Hare and Ryan Giles also moved back to the Sky Blues, with the latter signing a permanent deal.
Jackson, who signed for Ipswich Town in 2018 from Accrington Stanley, is entering the final year of his deal at Portman Road, with the club having the option to extend by a further 12 months.
That recent stall in talks has prompted the likes of Coventry to show interest in the striker who netted an impressive 11 goals in 32 games last season.
At 26 and with a good scoring record last season, Jackson could be a superb signing for Coventry, particularly for a modest six-figure transfer fee, and one that could hand Robins a consistent supply of goals in the Championship this term.
Whether or not Robins will determine it to be good value, though, is what will determine the likelihood of the Ipswich man joining the Sky Blues.
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