Ipswich Town knee on signing Leeds United star Crysencio Summerville after Hutchinson Recalled to Chelsea…

Leeds United star Crysencio Summerville is attracting interest from Ipswich.

The Whites are involved in the Championship play-offs this season and Leeds would be hoping their star player performs well.

The Championship club face Norwich in the semifinal with one of West Brom and Southampton to advance through to the final from the other semifinal.

The Dutchman is reportedly being watched by both Ipswich, Napoli and Juventus following his incredible season in the Championship, where he scored 19 goals and provided nine assists across all competitions.

Blues Young Player of the Year Omari Hutchinson has reportedly already been called back to parent club Chelsea.


The 20-year-old enjoyed a hugely successful season on loan with the Blues, netting 11 times in his first full campaign in senior football.

According to The Athletic, Chelsea have told the Jamaica international that they want him back at the club next week in order to run the rule over him in training and hold talks regarding his future.

Town fans – and manager Kieran McKenna – have made it clear they want him back at Portman Road next season, while the player himself was non-committal when asked following Saturday’s match, although.

Other clubs at home and elsewhere in Europe are also said to expressed an interest in loaning Hutchinson, who has a year left on his Chelsea contract but with the club having an option for a further season.


Reports last week claimed they were looking to offer him new terms, although it’s thought talks on a new deal are still to take place, and it’s understood Chelsea will need to sell players over the summer to comply with the Premier League’s Financial Fair Play Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR).


Whether Hutchinson, who is believed to be valued at around £20 million, is among them remains to be seen with a number of Europe’s big clubs having previously been linked and with his spell at Town having been keenly watched.

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