April 22, 2024

Jessic Ngankam, an Ipswich Town target, has joined FSV Mainz, the club stated on Thursday morning.
Ipswich Town have been looking for a new striker this month. Even after signing Iraqi talent Ali Al-Hamadi from AFC Wimbledon on a permanent basis, it remains a priority as the window nears its end.

George Hirst is injured, Freddie Ladapo has been loaned, and Spurs have recalled Dane Scarlett. It has left Kieran McKenna with few choices at the top of the pitch during a hectic period of the Championship season, but they are still seeking to remedy the problem.

Many names have been implicated, including German youth international Jessic Ngankam. However, the striker’s move elsewhere has already been announced.

 

Ngankam remains in Germany, joining FSV Mainz on loan until the end of the season. The move was made official on Thursday morning, allowing Ipswich Town to officially rule out another potential transfer target.

 

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Race against time

January deadline day is always frenetic, with clubs vying for key deals before going on the rest of the season. It’s no different for Ipswich Town, who are looking to sign some fresh players to help them with their promotion quest.

Al-Hamadi’s signing was well received, although more depth is still required at the top. Town will be hoping to focus on their targets today, but Ngankam’s move suggests that it may not be easy for the Portman Road outfit.

They have until 11 p.m. to get new players through the door, so the Ipswich Town recruitment team is now racing against the clock to provide McKenna with the second striker signing he needs.

 

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