English Premiership

Gunners chasing Ipswich youngster

2014-11-11 09:14
Tyrone Mings (itfc.co.uk)

Cape Town - Arsenal are interested in signing the next English defending sensation but it would cost the club £10 million to do so.

The Mirror report that Arsene Wenger has extensively scouted Ipswich youngster Tyrone Mings and is interested in signing the young left back.

Mings signed from non-league club, Chippenham, two years ago and has enjoyed a meteoric rise in the game.

Reports suggest that English Premiership club Crystal Palace failed with a £3 million bid in the summer transfer window.

Ipswich are looking to make an enormous profit on the talented young English defender after valuing Mings at £10 million despite arriving at the club for just £10 000.

Experienced Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy believes his young star is on the verge of senior honours for England even though he has yet to feature at Under-21 level.

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