According to the East Anglian Daily Times, three unnamed Championship clubs have registered interest in Ipswich Town goalkeeper Bartosz Biaslkowski.

Ipswich Town shot-stopper Bartosz Bialkowski is reportedly the subject of three unnamed Championship clubs, the EADT has claimed.

Upon their relegation to League One, Ipswich Town could lose a number of first-team players. Bialkowski, who has been at Portman Road since joining from Notts County in 2014 is one of the players who is attracting interest from Championship sides ahead of the summer transfer window.

After being named as the club’s player of the season for the last three seasons in a row, Bialkowski struggled to emulate the form which has seen him become a Town favourite over the past five years. The ‘keeper fell out of favour under Paul Hurst, going on to play 28 times over the course of the season.

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However, he could not replicate his strong form of previous seasons to help keep Town up, keeping no clean sheets and conceding 49 goals in the Championship.

A number of Championship sides are in the market for a new goalkeeper this summer. Blackburn Rovers are looking to provide some competition for David Raya, while Derby County could lose both Scott Carson and Kelle Roos this summer.

Newly promoted Barnsley may also be on the lookout for a new ‘keeper, with Adam Davies attracting significant interest. The Tykes have also been linked with a move for AFC Fylde shot-stopper Jay Lynch – who is on the radar of a number of football league clubs this summer.

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