Jack Taylor has completed a permanent move to Sky Bet Championship new boys Ipswich Town for an undisclosed fee.
Peterborough United midfielder Jack Taylor has completed a move to Sky Bet League One new-boys Ipswich Town for an undisclosed fee after completing the formalities on Monday afternoon in Suffolk.
The 25-year-old made 138 appearances for Posh after joining from Barnet in January 2020 and helped the club achieve promotion to the Sky Bet Championship.
Manager Darren Ferguson said: “I felt that Jack would be the first to depart given how good a player he is and the interest that there was. We signed him from Barnet and he has developed into the player that I thought he would. Working with him over the last five months after coming back to the club, I think he has produced his strongest form.
“He has been outstanding, he is going to a very good club and I feel it is the right time for him to go, he has earned the move. I have a good relationship with him, I have spoken to him a few times over the summer and we wish him nothing but the best. He has been a great servant for us and nobody can argue that he was a good signing for us – he was an excellent one. Once the right offer was received, we didn’t want to stand in his way. I am sure he will go on and do very well.”
The club would like to echo the sentiments of the manager and wish Jack the best of luck in the future for him and his young family.