Reports – Town turn down QPR’s £250,000 bid for Judge

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According to reports, Town have turned down a bid of £250,000 from QPR for Alan Judge.

The Irishman, who signed a new contract with the Blues in April in the wake of relegation, has been linked with a move to Loftus Road throughout the summer.

However, it would be a huge surprise if Town did allow Judge to leave, having signed the midfielder to a new two-year deal in April, with Lambert set to build his promotion pushing team around the Irish international.

The QPR boss Mark Warburton, who managed Judge at Brentford, is viewing the Irish international as a replacement for Luke Freeman, who has moved to Premier League new boys Sheffield United.

Judge is currently with the Ipswich squad on their tour of Germany, but has yet to feature in match action as he continues his recovery from a fractured wrist.

Speaking previously on any interest in the Town playmaker, Lambert said: “I don’t know anything about it,”

“I don’t listen to anything and don’t read anything so I don’t know anything about it.

“I don’t get involved in it unless someone phones us and gets in touch.

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