Sources: Bradley opts to snub Ipswich offer and sign new Luton Town deal

Sonny Bradley has opted to snub Ipswich Town and sign a new Luton Town contract, Football Insider can reveal.

The defender rejected an opening contract offer from Luton as Ipswich worked on signing him on a free.

But a source has told Football Insider Bradley has made up his mind to stay at Luton and pen an extension.

This site revealed earlier this week Ipswich were readying a contract offer for the Luton captain.

However, the 29-year-old has opted to extend his three-year stay at Kenilworth Road.

Bradley has played 131 times for the Hatters across all competitions and was a key part of the side that won the League One title two seasons ago.

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He played 37 Championship games last term as Luton secured a 12th place finish.

It is a major boost for Nathan Jones who has just lost Bradley’s centre-back partner Matty Pearson.

Luton’s Championship rivals Huddersfield Town announced the free transfer signing of Pearson yesterday.

Football Insider first revealed on Tuesday (18th May) the Terriers’ interest, as well as that of Preston North End.

That Hatters have also lost striker James Collins who has signed for his former Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy at Cardiff City on a free transfer.

This site revealed earlier this week he had agreed a deal with Cardiff who had beaten Middlesborough and Coventry City to his signature.

Collins scored 72 goals in 183 games for Luton and played a key role in their rise from League Two to the Championship.

In other news, Ipswich Town and Bolton Wanderers are racing to sign a midfielder.