A report from the East Anglian Daily Times has claimed that Ipswich Town are eyeing up a move for defender Kane Vincent-Young, who currently plays in League Two with Colchester United.

The transfer window for League One and League Two sides is still open and does not close until September 2nd, and Ipswich Town are one of the sides that are looking to continue with their transfer business.

Paul Lambert is said to have identified Colchester United man Kane Vincent-Young as a transfer target as he looks to add further depth to his squad. Vincent-Young would be a valuable incoming at Portman Road as he can play at either left-back or right-back – an area where the Tractor Boys are keen to reinforce before the window slams shut.

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He can also play further forward out wide if needed, playing on the right and left side of midfield in the past as well.

The defender has made his way into the senior game with Colchester United after being released by Spurs in 2014. becoming a fixture in the side over the course of the past five seasons. In his time in East Anglia, Vincent-Young has played 125 games, scoring four goals and providing five assists in the process.

Vincent-Young had the chance to make a move to Ipswich Town in the summer transfer window of last season, coming in to have a trial under Paul Hurst, However, he remained with Colchester and put pen to paper on a two-year contract with the club.

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