Breaking News: Kieran McKenna drops big hint over future after stunning Ipswich promotion…

Kieran McKenna, the highly sought-after manager of Ipswich Town, has shed light on his future following his team’s sensational return to the Premier League this Saturday.

The 37-year-old coach, previously linked with the Crystal Palace job earlier this season, is now reportedly on the radar of Manchester United, West Ham, and Brighton.

After guiding Ipswich back to the Championship last season, McKenna has now achieved consecutive promotions, outshining clubs like Leeds United and Southampton to secure the final automatic promotion spot.

McKenna’s ties to Manchester United are no surprise, having served as an assistant coach under Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford before joining Ipswich in December 2021.

When asked about the possibility of leaving Ipswich for a bigger role following the club’s historic achievement, McKenna responded, “No, I love it here. It’s a fantastic club, and I’m immensely proud to be its manager. I’ve poured my heart and soul into this role every day, alongside the dedicated people around me, over the past couple of years. My focus is solely on enjoying this journey.”

Speculation surrounding McKenna’s future has persisted for the past two years, but he has remained loyal to the club. He expressed satisfaction with sticking with Ipswich and achieving remarkable success. He also hinted at exciting developments ahead for the club.

Man Utd, West Ham boss target Kieran McKenna drops big hint over future  after stunning Ipswich promotion

McKenna also commended loanees Omari Hutchinson, Jeremy Sarmiento, and Kieffer Moore, who played pivotal roles in Ipswich’s stellar season. Hutchinson, in particular, has attracted attention, with Ipswich eager to retain him for their Premier League campaign.

Looking ahead to facing his former clubs, Manchester United and Tottenham, next season, McKenna reflected, “Those will be proud moments in my personal journey, and supporters have 19 incredible away games to enjoy. We’ll deal with next season when it comes, but let’s embrace the challenges ahead.”

As Ipswich prepares for the Premier League, McKenna emphasized the importance of giving a new generation of fans memorable experiences and urged everyone to relish the upcoming challenges.

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