promoted to Championship: Tyreece John-Jules has agree to sign permanent four years deal with Derby County after loan success continues…

The 22-year-old striker spent last season with Ipswich Town, where he made 21 appearances in all competitions.

Tyreece will return in January 2024, when his loan deal ends.

We wish Tyreece all the best for his loan spell at Derby County and look forward to seeing his continued development.

The deal is subject to the completion of regulatory processes.

Derby County have had a very active transfer window as they look to reshape their squad ahead of the new season.

A promotion push is on the agenda for the Rams as they missed out on the top six last season with hopes high they can go one better this time around.

Derby have wasted no time in adding to their squad with seven new faces arriving in Joe Ward, Josh Vickers, Callum Elder, Curtis Nelson, Sonny Bradley, Conor Washington and Kane Wilson all putting pen to paper.

There have been departures too with David McGoldrick turning down a new contract to sign for Notts County, while Krystian Bielik returned to the Championship by moving to Birmingham City.

And Jason Knight left Derby after six years at the club as he secured a move to Bristol City. But the Rams are not finished in their bid to strengthen the squad with more new faces set to arrive.

A striker is on the club’s agenda for next season with Warne wanting at least three forwards on the books and they will also look to replace Knight after his departure as Warne aims for a squad of around 22 players.

Derby County confirmed that David McGoldrick had left the club on June 10 to sign for boyhood club Notts County.

He signed a two-year deal with the Magpies as he returned to play for the club he supports.

The 35-year-old forward said it was a tough decision to leave the Rams where he had become a huge favourite among the fans following his performances.

He left with the fans’ best wishes.

Derbyshire Live reported how the Championship Robins were showing serious interest in Jason Knight who was entering the last year of his contract on June 15, a day after the window opened.

The Robins were keen on the Republic of Ireland international having landed his former Rams team-mate Haydon Roberts on a free transfer.

Bids had been rejected as Derby stood firm on their valuation of the player.

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