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How much is Ipswich Town’s wanted goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski worth?

PUBLISHED: 10:10 10 March 2017

Bartosz Bialkowski has built up an impressive portfolio of wonder saves over the last 18 months. Photo: PAGEPIX

Bartosz Bialkowski has built up an impressive portfolio of wonder saves over the last 18 months. Photo: PAGEPIX

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Ipswich Town keeper Bartosz Bialkowski has revealed that a number of clubs made enquiries for him during the January transfer window.

The 29-year-old was the Blues’ ‘Player of the Year’ last season and has been hailed as the best keeper in the Championship by manager Mick McCarthy. He is contracted to the Blues until the summer of 2018 with the club having an option to extend for a further 12 months.

“There weren’t any concrete offers in January but there were quite a few enquiries,” the custodian told Polish website Onet.pl.

“The transfer would have never happened anyway as my bosses were pretty clear about it: you’re not for sale. We’ll see what the future holds but I’m not stressing over it.

“I feel very good in Ipswich but I’ve also got my personal goals. I still dream about Premier League.”

Top flight clubs are understood to have been keeping tabs on the former Southampton and Notts County man, while there was reported interest from Chinese clubs in January 2016.

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