Former England C international, Barnsley and Grimsby striker Kayden Jackson will cost Ipswich Town £2million plus from Accrington Stanley, according to journalist Alan Nixon.
It is reported that former England C international, Barnsley and Grimsby striker Kayden Jackson will cost Ipswich Town £2million plus from Accrington Stanley.
Alan Nixon tweeted: “IPSWICH. Will have to pay 2m plus extras for wanted man Jackson at Accrington. Big slice of that goes to Barnsley.”
The newly-promoted League One side keep upping their valuation of the 24-year-old striker – with Ipswich Town’s latest quote being close to £2.5m.
Jackson is now in the final year of his contract, but Stanley are protected by a 12 month extension clause in their favour.
About Kayden Jackson –
He is born in Bradford, Jackson signed for Swindon Town after winning their ‘Win a Pro Contract’ competition. He joined Swindon Supermarine on loan in August 2013, he scored five goals in seven games for the club. Later that season he also spent a loan spell at Oxford City. After leaving Swindon he played for Tamworth and Wrexham.
Kayden Jackson was selected and called up to the England C team in March 2016, to play against Ukraine U23s. Jackson scored the second goal on his international debut in Kiev later that month, as England C ran out 2–0 winners.
After rejecting a new contract at Wrexham in May 2016, he put pen to paper for Barnsley later that month. He signed on loan for Grimsby Town in July 2016. He scored on his debut for the club in a 2–0 win over Morecambe on 6 August 2016. The striker returned to his parent club Barnsley in February 2017 after his season long loan was retracted.
Kayden Jackson signed for Accrington Stanley in July 2017. He scored on his debut for Accrington, on the opening game of the 2017–18 season. He scored 16 goals in 44 EFL League Two appearances, and was a major part of Accrington Stanley claiming the title and earn promotion to EFL League One.