According to Sky Sports News, Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans has revealed that he is open to the possibility of selling the club. The 55 year old has been the majority stakeholder at Portman Road since 2007, as the Tractor Boys continue to struggle in the Championship.
He is believed to have received no suitable offers as of yet, with the club lingering on the edge of a drop into League One. Evans only wants to sell the club if there is proof of finances that will lead the club forward in a positive light, with the current valuation of the club – from him – being £35 million. Ipswich have denied that, but it seems like a fairly reasonable figure.
It’s no secret that Ipswich, as a club have been through some hard times over the years, but they were once considered to be one of the most exciting clubs in English football. Those days are of course long gone, though, and many fans and media members alike are interested to see whether or not a potential sale could help turn things around.
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