Current news: Ipswich Town’s €10 million battling transfer bid for a central midfilder was turned down.

Ipswich Town’s ambitious €10 million bid to acquire Coventry City’s standout midfielder, Ben Sheaf, was recently turned down. The 26-year-old Englishman, who has made a significant impact at Coventry since joining from Arsenal, is seen as a key target for Ipswich as they prepare for their upcoming season in the Premier League. However, the Sky Blues are reluctant to part with Sheaf, who is under contract until 2026 and has been instrumental in their recent campaigns.

Sheaf, who joined Coventry initially on loan in 2020 before making the move permanent, has been a consistent performer, amassing nearly 150 appearances and contributing nine goals and nine assists. His performance has caught the attention of multiple clubs, including Fulham, which adds a layer of competition for Ipswich in securing his services.

Ipswich’s interest in Sheaf is part of their broader strategy to strengthen their squad to ensure they can compete effectively in the Premier League. Manager Kieran McKenna is keen on adding players with proven Championship experience to bolster their chances of survival and potential success in the top flight【9†source】. Despite the initial rejection, it remains to be seen if Ipswich will improve their offer or explore other targets as the transfer window progresses.

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