The club can confirm the departure of Callum Page to AFC Sudbury.
The forward broke through the club's academy before quickly establishing himself in the first team, earning himself a two year professional contract at Ipswich Town.
Pagey returned to Bloomfields permanently last summer, having returned on-loan twice from Ipswich, notably scoring in the Suffolk Premier Cup final against Stowmarket Town last April, and also surpassed 100 club appearances for the Marketmen at the start of this season.
Assistant manager Tom Rothery said, "we wish Pagey all the best at AFC Sudbury, he’s a great lad and a real talent. After suffering a bad injury last season kev and I just feel it’s important he’s playing and currently he’s found his playing time limited with us and it’s a shame as in the past month he’s looked like he’s getting his sharpness back but to fully get this he needs to play regular and after Kev and Marc spoke it seems that at AFC Sudbury he has more opportunities to do this.
Hopefully it’ll work really well for Callum and we both still believe he’s a great player and we both really hope it proves to be a great move for both parties.
The club would like to wish Pagey all the best for the future, and thank him for his efforts for the club.