The Danish midfielder Jonas Knudsen has been out of the team in the Ipswich Town recently, and he looked like a complete man in the club in the January transfervindue, but a switch never materialised, and in this weekend's match against Norwich, he was back on the holdkortet after six the absence.
You must not browse around a lot on social media to find out that Jonas Knudsen, who openly told that he is ready to try something new after nearly four years in Ipswich, not a particularly popular player among a group of the club's fans, but manager Paul Lambert is satisfied with his Danish back.
- It is a difficult situation, but it was not difficult to bring him back in the squad. I think that he figured that he was going away in January, and it put us in a situation where we thought we would lose our left back, so we had to download Callum Elder to help. But he and Myles Kenlock's young players, says Paul Lambert, according to the East Anglian Daily Times and continues:
- We have not heard from some clubs regarding Jonas, but we had a chat to find out where his head was, and how the situation was. I think he came in and did really well.
Jonas Knudsen and Ipswich Town lost the showdown against Norwich with 0-3. The former Brøndby-player Teemu Pukki was the double goal scorer for 'the canaries'