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Former Rotherham United man made a free agent; should Steve Evans sign him



Ball had a little role last season as Ipswich won promotion to the Premier League through the second automatic berth.

He made just ten league appearances, nine of which came from the bench. He has been granted permission to explore fresh pastures when the 2023/24 campaign concludes.

Ipswich have confirmed his departure, along with former Barnsley forward Kayden Jackson, who also played a minor role in the promotion-winning season.

Tractor Boys manager Kieran McKenna stated, “Kayden and Dominic have both been crucial components of a group that has experienced great success over the last two seasons.

“Both have made significant contributions on the football and, off the pitch, have played key roles in building a culture and setting standards that have been critical to the club’s success. They have made significant contributions to the club’s success.

I am confident that Kayden and Dominic will be valuable contributors to any clubs they join next, and they will always be welcome at both Portman Road and Playford Road.”

Ball progressed through the Watford and Tottenham Hotspur systems and earned youth caps for Northern Ireland and England. He failed to make the main squad for Spurs and was loaned out to Cambridge United and Rangers before joining Rotherham permanently.

He was on Rotherham’s books for three years, but spent the majority of his time as a Miller on loan. He had only made 15 appearances for Rotherham United before moving to Queens Park Rangers in 2019.