Exclusive: Ipswich Town and Spanish clubs – including Alaves – showing interest in Millwall attacker Flemming

Ipswich Town are one of the clubs interested in Millwall attacker Zian Flemming, the South London Press understands.

The Lions number 10 has a year remaining on his contract but the Championship club also hold an option to extend by a further 12 months.

Flemming was the subject of multiple bids from Burnley last summer that were rejected and would have been a club-record sale.

But the 25-year-old’s value has dropped despite once again being the Lions’ leading attacker in a season where they were faced with a relegation battle – scoring eight goals and producing five assists.

The agency representing Flemming are intent on moving him on this summer.

Flemming was a £1.7million capture from Fortuna Sittard and banged in 15 goals in his maiden campaign in England.

There is are also clubs in Spain, including Alaves, that are keen on the Dutchman but some of those want the initial deal to be a loan with an option to buy.

Flemming was also the subject of interest from San Jose Earthquake before the MLS transfer window recently closed, although they never eventually came with a firmed up move for the former Ajax youngster.

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