Just In:Ipswich Town’s loaned player would be gladly received back at his parent club this summer, according to the club chief’s recent remarks.

Blackburn Rovers loaned out the midfielder to fellow Championship side Ipswich Town in the January transfer window.
Travis, 26, is due to return to Ewood Park at the end of this season when his temporary deal at Portman Road expires.
However, since he has been away there has been a change of manager to ex-Birmingham City man John Eustace.
The Lancashire-born man could still have a future with his parent club beyond this campaign.
Travis is under contract until June 2026 and could be given a new lease of life by Eustace ahead of next term.
He has been on the books at Blackburn Rovers since joining them from Liverpool as a teenager back in 2014.
The Lancashire outfit handed him his debut three years later and he has since made 223 appearances for them in all competitions to date, chipping in with six goals.

Travis’ time with Rovers turned a bit stale under Tomasson, hence why he was give the green light to head out the exit door when Ipswich Town came calling.

He has since played eight times for the Tractor Boys under Kieran McKenna as they battle it out with the likes of Leicester City, Leeds United and Southampton for a place in the Premier League. Their next game is an away trip to Hull City next weekend.
As for Blackburn Rovers, they lock horns with Sheffield Wednesday at home on Sunday.

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