Report: Ipswich Town targeting Auston Trusty for summer move

Report: Ipswich Town targeting Auston Trusty for summer move

Ipswich Town made its return to the English Football League Championship in May and is reportedly targeting one of the league’s top defenders from last season.

Auston Trusty is one of several centerbacks linked with Ipswich Town for a potential move back to the second-tier, The East Anglian Daily Times reported Wednesday. Trusty, who is currently back with his parent club Arsenal, enjoyed a successful loan spell with Birmingham City last season.

Trusty was named Birmingham City Supporters’ Player of the Season after helping John Eustace’s squad to a 17th-place finish. The former Colorado Rapids and Philadelphia Union defender scoring four goals and registered two assists in 48 appearances across all competitions for the Blues.

The 24-year-old also impressed with the U.S. men’s national team in March, making his debut in a 7-1 Concacaf Nations League victory over Grenada. Trusty also played the final 11 minutes of June’s 2-0 CNL Finals victory over Canada.

There has been no decision made yet on whether or not Arsenal will loan Trusty out again this season or accept a permanent transfer offer.

Ipswich Town finished second in League One last season behind group winners Plymouth Argyle.

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