Defender moves to the Premier League for an undisclosed fee with Blues picking up Ryan Fraser on loan as part of the deal
- Mings departs for the Premier League
- Defender moves to Bournemouth for an undisclosed fee
- As part of the deal, Town sign Ryan Fraser on loan
Ipswich Town have today reached an agreement with Bournemouth over the transfer of Tyrone Mings.
Town will receive an undisclosed fee for the former Chippenham man, who arrived at Portman Road for just £10,000 in 2012.
As part of the deal, the Blues will also see Cherries winger Ryan Fraser join on a season-long loan- returning to the Championship after helping Eddie Howe’s side win the title last term.
Tyrone began his career at Southampton, before moving into non-League with Yate Town and then Chippenham, before being picked up by the Blues after impressing boss Mick McCarthy in a trial game.
The 22 year-old defender really established himself in the first-team last season, after the departure of Aaron Cresswell, and has made 57 appearances for Town in total, scoring once.
Ryan Fraser moves to Portman Road on a season-long loan from Bournemouth as part of the transfer and a full interview with the winger will be available on the Club website soon.
The 21 year-old joined the Cherries for £400,000 from Aberdeen in 2013 and has so far made 63 appearances for the south coast side.
He has helped Bournemouth earn promotion from both League One and the Championship since move south of the border and the winger will now be hoping he can play his part for Mick McCarthy’s side.
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