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El Mizouni, Ladapo and more: What the summer could hold for Ipswich Town’s loaned out players

Ipswich Town are enjoying a fantastic season, but they’ll need to hold their nerve as they look to sneak into the Championship’s automatic promotion spots.

Ipswich Town currently sit 3rd in the Championship table, level on points with Leeds United. The promotion fight will be their priority, but one eye will be on plans for the summer transfer window.

Of course, their designs for the summer will depend on the promotion push pans out. However, there are some decisions that can be made early, especially when it comes to those currently on loan away from Portman Road.

Here, we look at what the summer could hold for the seven players currently on loan away from Ipswich Town

 

Idris El Mizouni

El Mizouni is with League One side Leyton Orient for the second consecutive season. He’s been a big hit there and upon his return to Ipswich Town, he will be in the finial year of his contract.

The Tractor Boys will have to decide if they view him as a player who can have a role to play in their first-team. If not, a sale could be on the cards, assuming they trigger the 12-month option in his deal.

Freddie Ladapo

Ladapo’s contract runs until 2025 but given his lack of minutes and impact at Championship level, it wouldn’t be a surprise if he left permanently in the summer.

Gassan Ahadme

Ahadme was brought into Town in the summer of 2022 but admittedly, he seemed a bit of a panic buy. He’s found some joy in League One loan spells but ultimately, like Ladapo, he could benefit from a permanent exit before his deal runs out in 2025.

Panutche Camara

A fit Panutche Camara could still be a fantastic asset for Ipswich Town if he can get back to his best and steer clear of more injuries. There is a 12-month option in his contract, so it would be wise to trigger that.

If that clause is taken up, the Tractor Boys can at least raise some funds from a sale if they decide his future is best served elsewhere.

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Elkan Baggott

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Baggott is viewed as a top talent at Ipswich Town and can definitely break into the first-team picture in the future. The success of his Bristol Rovers loan will likely dictate what is next for him, as regular minutes will surely be the priority.

It isn’t out of the question that the 21-year-old goes out on loan again, though he could make a senior breakthrough.

Corrie Ndaba

Defender Ndaba has found form in his latest loan with Kilmarnock but at 24, it could be that his future is best served elsewhere. He’s yet to find regular minutes under Kieran McKenna but certainly has the ability to find success with a permanent move elsewhere.

Nick Hayes

Last but not least is goalkeeper Hayes, who has played a backup role in his time at Portman Road. With his deal up in the summer, Hayes may well be on the move from Ipswich Town when his Solihull Moors loan ends.

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