Ipswich Town goalkeeper Cieran Slicker is looking for a loan spell away.

The 21-year-old joined the Blues from Manchester City last summer for a nominal fee.

He acted as third choice keeper behind Vaclav Hladky and Christian Walton in his debut campaign at Portman Road, making two appearances in the League Cup.

While recently away on Scotland U21 duty, he told The National: "Per­haps people will look at it and see that I didn’t play too many games, but being around the squad and work­ing with the man­ager and his staff has been almost as good as play­ing 30 games.

"Now def­in­itely is the time for me to go and play and I feel like I am in a good pos­i­tion to do so. I always enjoy com­ing away with the 21s but I want to show people I can do it week-in and week-out.

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"We’ve had a lot of dis­cus­sions with the man­ager (Kieran McKenna) and goal­keep­ing coach (Rene Gilmartin) and every­one is on the same page with it. Now we are look­ing for options to see what is the best plat­form to help me kick on. That’s the plan."

Today, the Scottish Sun reports that Hibernian and Kilmarnock  are both showing interest in taking the Manchester-born keeper for 2024/25.

Town remain in contract talks with Hlakdy, while Walton's future remains uncertain after the club recently took up the 12 month extension option in his contract.

Several media outlets have linked the Blues with a move for for Brighton keeper Carl Rushworth. The 22-year-old impressed on loan at Championship club Swansea last season.

Here's a reminder of how we're approaching covering the transfer window this summer.