Speaking to East Anglia Times, Darren Bent has revealed he would be interested in a return to Ipswich Town.
The striker started his professional career at Portman Road in 2001. He spent four years there, hitting the target 56 times in 141 appearances in all competitions, before making his way to Charlton Athletic. He also played for Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland, Aston Villa and Derby County, and had loan spells at Brighton and Hove Albion and Fulham.
Having been released by Burton Albion in the summer, the 34-year-old former England international is currently a free agent, and he’s looking to find a new club and continue playing. He revealed there had been no contact with Ipswich, but a move back to the club where he learned his trade is certainly something he would be open to. He said he had a lot of memories there and a good relationship with the fans, and the club was close to his heart.
He added that he had several offers during the summer, but while some deals fell through for various reasons, he wasn’t interested in others.
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