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3 July 2014

Departing Aaron salutes boss, team-mates and the Blue Army

Aaron Cresswell has thanked the Blue Army for their support over the last three years and says he will be following Town’s results closely. 

The 24-year-old defender has left Portman Road for West Ham for an undisclosed fee, signing a five year deal with the Premier League club. 

“I would like to put on record my sincere thanks to the owner, manager and fans at Ipswich for their fantastic support over the past three years,” Cressy told the Club website.

“I’m sad to be leaving Ipswich Town as I’ve built up a great relationship with everyone at the Club, however it’s a huge opportunity to play in the Premier League and ‎a challenge I’m looking forward to taking up.

“The manager and players have been brilliant with me and I genuinely wish them and the Club every success for the season ahead. I'll be keeping an eye on their results.

“I look forward to seeing some familiar faces in July ‎when West Ham play at Portman Road during pre-season.”

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