Ipswich Town have signed young Welsh defender Josh Yorwerth on a two-year deal.
The 20-year-old was released by Cardiff City this summer and will move to Portman Road on a free transfer on July 1.
Yorwerth has yet to make a senior appearance.
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Ipswich Town strikers Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick will start up front for the Republic of Ireland this afternoon as they host England for the first time in 20 years.
The duo have formed a great partnership together in recent seasons for their club, and Ireland boss Martin O'Neill will be hoping that they can replicate their understanding in Dublin.
Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan is on the bench.
Republic of Ireland v England, live on ITV, 13.00
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The Blues will take their first team squad across the border for the clash on Tuesday 21th July. The game will kick off at 19:45.
Town will also travel to Ireland for a pre-season training camp in early July, as well as the traditional visit to Colchester United on July 28.
Cambridge have set up a friendly with League One side Coventry City on the same day.
Cambridge announced their third signing of the summer yesterday, with Preston North End midfielder Keith Keane joining on a two-year deal.
Ipswich midfielder Teddy Bishop has been charged by the Football Association for alleged multiple breaches of betting rules.
In a statement this afternoon, the FA said Bishop breached rule E8 which prohibits players from betting on football matches.
The 18-year-old has until June 1 to respond to the charge.
The 18-year-old made 36 appearances for Championship side Ipswich this season and scored once.
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Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy said he was proud of what his players achieved despite losing their Championship play-off semi-final to East Anglian rivals Norwich City.
A Wes Hoolahan penalty, plus goals from Nathan Redmond and Cameron Jerome ended the Blues' hopes of reaching Wembley. Tommy Smith's equaliser gave them brief hope at Carrow Road.
Christophe Berra saw red after handling on the goal line which led to City's penalty, although McCarthy felt his team should have won a spot kick when Teddy Bishop tumbled in the Norwich box in the first half.
But Norwich ran out 3-1 winners on the day and 4-2 on aggregate, to face Middlesbrough on Bank Holiday Monday.
Hear Mick McCarthy's thoughts after his team's 3-1 loss to Norwich City in the Championship play-off semi-final 2nd leg.