A report from TWTD has claimed that League One side Ipswich Town are keen to sign striker Tom Elliott from Championship side Millwall before the transfer window closes.
With the end of the transfer window now under two weeks away, clubs up and down the Football League ladder will be looking to press on with their final bits of business to prepare for the new season. Ipswich Town are looking to further bolster their squad ahead of the start of the League One season, and it has been claimed that they have identified a new striker as a transfer target.
Millwall’s Tom Elliott is said to be on the radar of the Tractor Boys as Paul Lambert looks to add some more firepower to his attacking department with the new season just around the corner. Elliott, 28, comes with a wealth of experience all over the Football League, playing for a number of sides in the National League, League Two, League One and the Championship.
The striker started out his career with Leeds United, coming through the Whites academy before playing four times for the senior team and heading out on loan spells to Macclesfield Town, Bury and Rotherham United. He left Leeds in January 2011 to join Scottish side Hamilton, where he remained for just six months, leaving for Stockport County.
Elliott scored seven goals and provided five assists in one season with Stockport and left at the end of the 2012/13 season, joining Cambridge United. Elliott played in 83 matches, scoring 26 goals and laying on 10 assists in his three seasons at The Abbey, leaving to join AFC Wimbledon in 2015. In his two years with Wimbledon, the scored 19 goals and provided nine assists before leaving for Millwall, where he has now been for two seasons.
With Ipswich Town interested, it awaits to be seen if a deal materialises with the end of the transfer window coming thick and fast.