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Ipswich Town transfer rumours: Blues linked to Peterborough United winger Gwion Edwards

Ipswich Town are said to be interested in Gwion Edwards of Peterborough United, right. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

Ipswich Town are said to be interested in Gwion Edwards of Peterborough United, right. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

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Ipswich Town are among a trio of Championship clubs considering a move for talented Peterborough winger Gwion Edwards, according to reports.

The managerless Blues only have two recognised wingers on their books after the departures of Manchester City loanee Bersant Celina and short-term signing Mustapha Carayol.

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However, Grant Ward has previously said he prefers to play in the middle of the park, while Danny Rowe, who went out on loan to Lincoln City last season, has yet to be given a run in the Town first team.

Edwards, who is also being linked to Nottingham Forest and Bristol City, has been impressing at Posh since joining the club from Crawley two summers ago.

- MORE: Carayol and Gleeson free to find new clubs as Town deals expire

He netted seven goals and dished out five assists in 33 games for Posh last season, gaining a reputation as one of the brightest attacking talents outside of the top two leagues.

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