Martyn Waghorn may have left Rangers a bit prematurely, but the former Sunderland striker did well during his two years at Ibrox.
Signed from Rangers in the summer of 2017 for a transfer fee reported by The East Anglian Daily Times to be worth £250,000, the 28-year-old forward scored 16 goals and provided 11 assists in 39 Championship starts for Ipswich last season.
Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough interest
According to The East Anglian Daily Times, Middlesbrough are preparing to make a move for Waghorn should they sell Patrick Bamford to Championship rivals Forest.
Aitor Karanka’s Forest side themselves could turn their attention towards the former England Under-21 international should they fail to secure the services of forward Bamford, according to the report.
However, The East Anglian Daily Times has claimed that Ipswich owner Marcus Evans will turn down big offers for Waghorn, meaning that Forest and Middlesbrough are likely to be disappointed if they do make a move for the former Rangers forward.