Ipswich's Bartosz Białkowski's move to Millwall is off.

A fee of around £1million was agreed between the clubs for the goalkeeper but it seems complications with his medical have halted the transfer.

The Polish international had signed a deal subject to a medical which has seemingly put an end to the move.

It's believed the issue surrounds a knee problem that the 31-year-old has had dating back to 2006.

It's understood that Millwall tried to renegotiate the deal after raising concerns over the 'failed' medical.

Ipswich entered discussions but felt the difference in price was too great for a player rarely sidelined in their last four seasons.

Bialkowksi has been Ipswich's number one since joining from Notts County in 2014, making a 178 appearances in that time, winning three back to back Supporters Player of The Season awards.

The keeper returned to pre-season training with Ipswich on Monday and manager Paul Lambert said:

"Bart has been great. I had a chat with him yesterday and he was really fine, no problem.

"He's really focussed and is our player and will continue to do his best for the football club."

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Both sets of fans were under no illusions as where the blame lie for the transfer not being completed. 

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