Ipswich Town youngster Finlay Corrigan has departed the Blues to join Scottish Premiership side Dundee FC, while Irishman Daniel Babb has joined from League of Ireland side UCD.

Corrigan, a 19-year-old attacker, joined Town from Tottenham Hotspur as a schoolboy in 2020, but he suffered an ACL injury during his early days as a scholar. 

He returned from that injury after 17 months and went to have loan stints at Hemel Hempstead Town and Leiston in the first half of this season. 

The former Wales under-15’s and under-16’s international was part of the under-18’s side that reached the quarter-finals of the FA Youth Cup last season. 



Babb, who is a right-back, will join up with John McGreal's under-21’s side, having made 10 appearances in the top flight of Irish football in 2023. 

The 18-year-old progressed through UCD’s academy and went on to make his full first-team debut at the age of 17.

He can also operate at centre-half and has won caps for the Republic of Ireland at U17 level, featuring at the European Championships in 2023.