According to a report from the South London Press, League One side Ipswich Town will look to reignite their interest in Millwall striker Tom Elliott before the transfer window for League One and Two clubs slams shut on September 2nd.

Earlier this summer, we covered reports here on The72 claiming that Ipswich Town were keen to sign Millwall striker Tom Elliott, with Tractor Boys boss Paul Lambert looking to bolster his attacking options after allowing Ellis Harrison to join Portsmouth.

Now, it has been claimed that Ipswich will look to move for Elliott again, after a move earlier this summer failed. Reports had claimed that a swap deal between Millwall and Ipswich could be made, with ‘keeper Bartosz Bialkowski joining the Lions and Elliott joining Ipswich. But, the Polish ‘keeper ended up joining Millwall without Elliott going in the opposite direction.

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But, Ipswich will now revive their interest in Elliott, with the striker completing his recovery from injury. Providing the latest on Elliott’s situation, Millwall boss Neil Harris said:

“Tom is back in full training and looking really sharp. He has got to play some minutes but he won’t be involved at West Brom [tonight in the League Cup]– it is too soon.

“We’re very clear on Tom – the boys love him and it’s great to have him back. If there is something out there which is going to suit him and the club then we’ll consider it. If it doesn’t then he stays and is a great option for us.”


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