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Kieran McKenna to end speculation about moves to Chelsea, Man United, and Brighton by signing a long-term deal with Ipswich



Kieran McKenna is expected to sign a new long-term contract with Ipswich Town, according to talkSPORT

The 38-year-old is ready to put an end to speculation about his future after leading the Tractor Boys to promotion to the Premier League. This commitment is a significant milestone for Ipswich Town, ending their 22-year absence from top-flight football.

McKenna quickly became a hot candidate for several high-profile managerial positions. He was in the running to replace Mauricio Pochettino at Chelsea and was also linked with a potential return to Manchester United, where he previously worked as an assistant coach.

Brighton showed interest in McKenna as well, considering him a potential successor to Roberto De Zerbi. However, with McKenna now set to stay at Ipswich, Brighton will need to explore other options, including a possible return for their former manager, Graham Potter.

By committing to Ipswich, McKenna not only boosts the morale of the newly promoted team but also provides stability and continuity as they prepare for the challenges of the upcoming Premier League season. His decision to stay is seen as a major advantage for Ipswich Town, as they aim to establish themselves in the Premier League and build on their recent success under McKenna’s leadership.

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