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Jeremy Sarmiento joins Ipswich Town on loan

Jeremy Sarmiento joins Ipswich Town on loan

Sarmiento makes move to Ipswich
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Promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town have secured a move for Jeremy Sarmiento, with the midfielder arriving from Brighton and Hove Albion on a short term loan deal. The Ecuadorian international, who represented England at every youth level having come through the ranks at Charlton Athletic, had been on the verge of the Brighton first team but has opted to move to East Anglia in search of regular first-team football.

The 21-year-old was a member of Ecuador’s squad at the 2022 World Cup, and is seen by many as a hot prospect for the future. He will take the number 21 shirt at Portman Road.

On his move to Ipswich, Sarmiento said: “I’m very excited to be joining Ipswich at a time when they have been on a great run since winning promotion to the Championship. Ipswich were always there, after interest in the summer which didn’t quite work out, but I’m here now and I’m ready to do my best.

“It’s happened quickly and smoothly and I’ve enjoyed my conversations with the manager, which made it clear this is where I should play, so I’m excited to try and show him what I can do and earn minutes in a team which plays a style I think will suit me. I am a direct player and like to get the fans on their feet with a bit of flair, which is a big side to my game, and I can’t wait to get started.”

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