Stoke sign striker Jon Walters from Ipswich for £2.75m
Walters was left out of the side for Ipswich's last game
Stoke have signed Jon Walters from Ipswich for an initial fee of £2.75m, which could rise to £3.25m.
The 26-year-old, who can play as a striker or right winger, has agreed a four-year contract with the Potters.
"I've been looking to bring in more goals - Jon certainly fits the bill," said Stoke manager Tony Pulis.
"Over the last three years he's been the Championship's outstanding performer. I'm confident he can make the same impact on the Premier League."
The move comes after Walters' desire to leave Portman Road prompted Ipswich manager Roy Keane to remove him as captain, drop him from the team and declare that Walters would never play for the team again while he remained in charge.
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