OFFICIAL NEWS: Ipswich Town annunce his departure due to…

This time of year often sees many hopefuls informed of their fates, with some handed extended scholarship deals or professional contracts while others are released and freed to continue their footballing journey elsewhere.Decisions at this time of year – and earlier in many cases – allows youngsters the opportunity to head out on trials elsewhere in a bid to find their next club.

Now, one player who has confirmed he’ll be leaving Ipswich Town is midfielder Cutbush.

Writing on X, 21-year-old Cutbush has confirmed that his time at Portman Road has come to an end. He moved to thank the coaches and staff who have played a part in his 14 years with the Tractor Boys.

Cutbush never made a competitive senior appearance for Ipswich Town but he found regular game time in the youth setup.

He also sampled a first taste of senior action on loan with National League South outfit Concord Rangers towards the end of the 2022/23 season, playing two league games for the Canvey Island outfit.

The midfielder’s attention will now turn to kicking on away from Portman Road after learning his trade under their watch.

Ipswich Town have produced some top talents over the years, be it prospects who have come all the way through their ranks or players who have made their breakthroughs in East Anglia after learning their trade elsewhere.

Of the current crop, Cameron Humphreys and Elkan Baggott are among those widely tipped to become regulars in the years to come having already tasted a good amount of senior action.

Luke Woolfenden is a product of the Ipswich youth ranks, while Harry Clarke spent time in the academy of his hometown club before switching to Arsenal and then returning in January 2023.

The path is there for youngsters to follow at Portman Road, so it will be intriguing to see just who emerges as the next youth prospect out of Ipswich Town.




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