Ipswich Town are being linked with a summer move for Hull City midfielder David Meyler, as per a report by the Ipswich fans site TWTD.

It has emerged over the past couple of days that the 28 year-old will leave the Tigers at the end of the season with the club unlikely to offer him a new deal.

This has alerted the attention of Ipswich Town who are being linked with a summer move for him. The Tractor Boys were due to play Hull tomorrow at Portman Road but the game has been postponed due to the adverse weather conditions that the country is experiencing.

Meyler is Hull City’s longest serving player in the squad at the moment and has been with them since 2013. He has been involved in two promotions, two relegations, an FA Cup final and has played in the Europa League for the Tigers.

However, with it looking like he will leave the KCOM Stadium, he will need to find a new club in the coming months. He will not be short of options though and with Ipswich being linked, it shows that it is likely that he will remain in the Championship next season.

Meyler has 20 caps for the Republic of Ireland and has captained his country as well. He started his career at his hometown club Cork City before moving to England to sign for Sunderland in 2008. He found it tough to break into the first-team with he Black Cats and left to join Hull in 2013.

He has been a great servant to Hull City but they will now have to prepare for life without him as Ipswich Town are the first to be linked.


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