Date: 29th May 2014 at 4:12pm
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Manager Mick McCarthy has said that he won’t stand in Aaron Cresswell’s way when it comes to a Premier League move, but the price will most certainly have to be right before Ipswich will do any business this summer.

Cresswell was named in the PFA Championship Team of the Year for 2013-14, and McCarthy has already described him as the ‘best left back in the Championship’ which the Team of the Year recognition backed up, and he said to the Official Site that he wasn’t at all surprised to see teams above us being linked with the 24 year old.

‘I’m not surprised. If a Premier League club comes in for him, at some stage Cressy has got to take that and go and play at that level. We are not going to let him go for silly money. We don’t have to let him go because he’s under contract, but if a ‘proper’ offer came in, Cressy knew about it and it was a club that he would like to go to, we have to look at it.’

McCarthy goes on to say that that it’s only fair and right to approach it like that, we have to be fair to his development and career and in return Cresswell would know and appreciate the first stage of that though is getting a sensible bid that would work for the club and it has to be two way like that.

Ultimately because if the club aren’t fair to him, he could lose his ‘head and heart’ because he does love it at the club, and then we don’t get the same player.

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