Jordan Roberts is being linked with a loan move away from Ipswich Town, as per a report by the East Anglian Daily Times.

The 25-year-old is a target for League One duo Bradford City and Plymouth Argyle, as well as League Two side MK Dons.

Roberts only joined Ipswich in June after leaving Crawley Town at the end of last season. He has made 12 appearances so far for the Tractor Boys in this campaign but has failed to score.

Ipswich are looking to offload some players this month as Paul Lambert wants to free up wages to bring some more quality to try and keep his side up. They are currently bottom of the Championship.

Roberts is one of a few players who could depart Portman Road this month. A move away could enable him to get some more first-team action and prove Lambert what he can do.

The Watford-born winger started his career as a youngster at Peterborough United before joining Aldershot Town in 2011. He had loans spells at Havant and Waterlooville, Tamworth and Bishop’s Stortford prior to breaking into Aldershot’s first-team.

Roberts went onto play just under 100 times for the Shots, scoring a total of 13 goals. He was then snapped up by Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2015 and spent a season playing for them in the Scottish Premier League before returning back down south to join Crawley.

He was impressive for Crawley in his two seasons with them in League Two. One of Bradford, Plymouth and MK Dons could have a decent signing on their hands if he can replicate the same form as the last campaign.


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