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Ipswich Town are reportedly close to signing Brentford midfielder Jonathan Douglas.
It's understood that the 33-year-old is undergoing a medical at the club's Playford Road training centre this afternoon.
Douglas has fallen out of favour at Griffin Park since the arrival of new Bees boss Marinus Dijkhuizen.
The Irishman captained Brentford last season as they made The Championship play-offs, scoring 8 goals.
Ironically, Douglas could make his Ipswich debut at Griffin Park on Saturday when Town get their season underway at Brentford.
Meanwhile, Ipswich youngster Matt Clarke has joined League Two side Portsmouth on loan until January.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy has confirmed that the club will offer deals to trialists Giles Coke and Larsen Touré.
Former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Coke and Guinean winger Touré will both be staying at Portman Road after impressing.
Town drew their last pre-season game against Dutch side FC Utrecht 1-1 yesterday. They start their Championship campaign at Brentford next week.
"Giles and Larsen will be staying with us, they’ve both been offered deals.
I knew about Giles anyway from him playing against us over the years and I’ve always liked him as a player. He’s come in and done really well.
Larsen impressed me as soon as he walked through the door and trained with us. He’s definitely got something and I’m delighted to get both of them on board.”
Ipswich Town have completed the signing of Esbjerg left-back Jonas Knudsen.
The 22-year-old has agreed a three-year deal at Portman Road, with the option of a further 12 months, and moves for an undisclosed fee.
Knudsen has two senior caps for Denmark.
He will wear the number three shirt which was vacated by Tyrone Mings who moved to AFC Bournemouth earlier this summer.
Ipswich Town are close to signing Danish international left-back Jonas Knudsen.
The 22-year-old's club Esbjerg have confirmed that the player has been sold to a "foreign club", with Portman Road thought to be the destination.
It's understood that Knudsen will have a medical today before finalising his move to The Championship club.
If Knudsen does sign, he would replace Tyrone Mings who left Town to join Premier League newboys AFC Bournemouth in an £8 million deal earlier this summer.
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