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‘You can replace a centre half easier than a goalscorer’ - Town fans react to Webster move

PUBLISHED: 17:13 27 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:13 27 June 2018

Adam Webster is set to sign for Bristol City. Picture PAGEPIX LTD

Adam Webster is set to sign for Bristol City. Picture PAGEPIX LTD

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Ipswich Town fans have taken to social media to react to the news that star defender Adam Webster is set to join Bristol City.

The somewhat surprising move was revealed this afternoon with Webster, who missed much of last season through injury, in Bristol for a medical ahead of the move, which we understand to be for an initial fee of £3.5m, which could rise as high as £8m.

MORE: Webster to join Bristol City

Webster’s former club Portsmouth will receive a sell-on fee, believed to be 20%, effectively doubling what Town initially paid for him (£700k) two years ago.

We understand that new Blues boss Paul Hurst has been assured by owner Marcus Evans that the funds raised will go straight into his transfer kitty as he looks to mould his own squad this summer.

MORE: Town lead chase for winger

Here’s a few of the reactions from Town fans on Twitter...

- What do you think?

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