BREAKING NEWS : Ipswich Town keen to take £10m Coventry City star to the Premier League

According to The Sun, Ipswich Town are interested in signing Coventry City midfielder Ben Sheaf.
Ipswich Town are aiming for the Premier League and will be looking to add some new faces to their squad this summer as they prepare for yet another step up.
Kieran McKenna’s current squad has successfully transitioned from League One to the Championship, and several are expected to shine in the top level as well.
However, new players will be required, and it hasn’t been long before several possible recruits have been linked with transfers to Portman Road ahead of their long-awaited return to Premier League action.

According to The Sun, Ipswich Town are interested in signing Coventry City standout Ben Sheaf from the Championship. The Sky Blues were unsuccessful in their promotion attempt, but with interest from the Tractor Boys, Fulham, and Luton Town, he may yet play in the top flight next season.

Luton are anticipated to keep interest even if they are relegated. Following another good season with Coventry, Sheaf is expected to command a sum in the £10 million bracket.

Ben Sheaf - Midfielder - First Team - Coventry City

A bargain deal?
Of course, it remains to be seen just what comes of these latest Sheaf rumours. However, you have to think that he’d be a steal at £10m.
The former Arsenal midfielder has been a standout player for a Coventry City side regularly battling for promotion and given the large fees they sold Gustavo Hamer and Viktor Gyokeres for last summer, you would fancy Sheaf to fetch something more significant than £10m.
Sheaf is under contract until 2026, so the Sky Blues are under no pressure to cash in.

Ben Sheaf reveals why he 'enjoyed' unusual new Coventry City role against  Hull - CoventryLive
£10m may be a slightly hopeful figure for any of Ipswich Town, Fulham or Luton Town this summer. Coventry are a club with their own ambitions and Sheaf can have a big part in their bid to get to the Premier League, so letting him go at that price would certainly raise eyebrows.

Sheaf is under contract until 2026, so the Sky Blues have no incentive to cash in.

£10 million may be a little optimistic amount for any of Ipswich Town, Fulham, or Luton Town this summer. Coventry are a team with their own aspirations, and Sheaf can play a significant role in their quest to reach the Premier League, so letting him move at that price would undoubtedly raise questions.

Smart recruitment from Ipswich Town.
Ipswich Town would make wise acquisitions for the present and future by adding players like Sheaf, who have already shone in the Championship.

Many believe he will succeed in the Premier League. The 26-year-old has continued to progress recently.

seasons, and if he can maintain this pace, there’s no reason he can’t become a top-flight regular.
Sheaf has the potential to be a vital player for Ipswich Town, but if their stay in England’s elite lasts only one season, he will be a star at Championship level once more.

Alternatively, if he stars in a relegation season, his services could generate a substantial profit.

Perhaps Ipswich isn’t thinking that far ahead or considering that possibility now that the promotion celebrations haven’t even ended. However, it is a consideration that would make Sheaf a wise move this summer.

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