Date: 26th July 2013 at 4:43pm
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Ryan Tunnicliffe

Ryan Tunnicliffe has sealed another loan move, signing for Ipswich Town until January.

Tunnicliffe made his United first team debut for United in the Capital One Cup last season before sealing a short term move to Barnsley, and the season prior spent 6 months at Peterborough.

The all action midfielder was part of United’s FA Youth Cup winning side of 2011, the last remnant of a midfield that also included Paul Pogba and Ravel Morrison, and was also a part of the United side that was crowned the inaugural u21 Premier League champions, but felt a loan to a Championship club would aid his progress more than another season in the u21 league:

“Ipswich is a big club but the deciding factor was the chance to work with Mick McCarthy.

“He has managed at international level and worked in the Premier League for a number of years.
“My reserve team boss Warren Joyce knows Mick well and he said he is straight down the line and good to play for.
“I’m looking forward to it. The reserves at United is a good level but I need to be playing games where there are three points at stake. David Moyes is happy for me to go out on loan and I know they will be watching how I do down here.”

Tunnicliffe will go straight into the Ipswich squad that faces Notts County in a pre season friendly tomorrow.


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