Ipswich Town Boss’ Shocking Seven-Figure Release Clause Revealed…

The Ipswich Town manager, Kieran McKenna, has garnered significant attention in the EFL this season due to the club’s impressive performance in the Championship, currently holding the second position.

McKenna, the youngest manager in the top four English football divisions, aims to guide Ipswich Town back to the Premier League after a drought of over two decades.

Following their 4-2 victory over third-placed Preston North End, which extended their lead over third place to eight points before the international break, there has been growing speculation about the 37-year-old manager’s future at Portman Road.

Recent reports from The Sun suggest that Crystal Palace has identified McKenna, along with Lille boss Paulo Fonseca, as potential replacements for Roy Hodgson when his contract expires at the end of the season. However, any interested parties, including Palace, will have to pay a significant sum for McKenna’s services, as his current contract with Ipswich Town reportedly includes a £4 million buyout clause.

Additionally, it has been disclosed that McKenna is currently earning £25,000 per week, equivalent to £1.3 million annually, following his four-year contract extension with the club during the summer.

While there were previous rumors linking McKenna to Scottish champions Celtic when Ange Postecoglou departed to join Tottenham Hotspur, the club ultimately appointed former manager Brendan Rodgers.

In summary, Kieran McKenna’s impressive managerial skills have made him a sought-after figure in English football. However, if he manages to achieve the unlikely feat of promoting Ipswich Town to the Premier League, it appears unlikely that he would have any inclination to leave Portman Road.

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