Ipswich Town goalkeeper Bartosz Białkowski's proposed move to Championship side Millwall has fallen through.
Town had accepted a bid and Białkowski had even agreed personal terms, but a problem with his knee was flagged up in his medical.
Millwall then tried to renegotiate the deal, but Ipswich refused to lower their asking price and the Pole has instead reported for pre-season training with them.
Białkowski, 31, has been one of Town's most consistent performers in recent seasons and has won three player-of-the-year awards at Portman Road.
However, he struggled for form last season as Ipswich were relegated to League One.
If he does stay at Ipswich, he will compete with new signing Tomáš Holý for the number one shirt.