Volz makes loan move to Ipswich
Thursday 28 August 2008
Ipswich have completed the signing of Fulham defender Moritz Volz on loan until the end of the season.
The former Arsenal right-back had been a target for Town boss Jim Magilton since last January and joins after making nearly 150 appearances for the Cottagers.
Magilton told the club's official website: "We're delighted that Moritz has joined us and he will be in the squad for Saturday's game at Watford.
"He's a top professional who has spent his career in England playing at Premier League level.
"He believes he is a Premier League player and I believe that as well. He will add some extra quality to the squad and is another step towards taking us where we want to be."
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