Ipswich Town have launched a new bid for Blackpool defender Curtis Tilt, according to journalist Alan Nixon on Twitter.
The Tractor Boys have been after the League One defender throughout this transfer window and could finally get him now. The loan window is still open until the end of August and they could sign him on loan with a view to a permanent deal in January.
Ipswich Town have been busy over the summer. Their new manager, Paul Hurst, delved into the window to sign Trevoh Chalobah from Chelsea, Janoi Donecian and Kayden Jackson from Accrington Stanley, Aristote Nsiala and Jon Nolan from Shrewsbury Town, Gwion Edwards from Peterborough United, Ellis Harrison from Bristol Rovers, Jordan Roberts from Crawley Town and Tayo Edun from Fulham.
They have now set their sights on further bolstering their ranks by signing Curtis Tilt.
The 26-year-old has had an impressive rise and started his non-league with spells as Halesowen Town and Hednesford Town before he signed for AFC Telford in 2015. He spent a season playing for them in the National League North before he was snapped up by Wrexham the following summer.
Tilt played 36 games for Wrexham in the 2016/17 season but ended the campaign on loan at Forest Green Rovers and helped them gain promotion to the Football League, thus earning himself a move to League One side Blackpool.
After doing well in the third tier last season, Tilt has become a man in-demand this summer and looks likely for a move to Ipswich Town.