Hladky is not expected to get regular game time at Portman Road next term and Ipswich are open to letting him go this summer for the right price.


The shot-stopper’s situation at Ipswich has seen him attract transfer interest from north of the border in the shape of Scottish Premiership outfit Aberdeen.



And the Dons are currently locked in talks with Ipswich over a move for Hladky and they were looking to sign him on a free.


But Ipswich are seeking a fee to let Hladky go and it has been claimed that they have put a £100,000 price tag on his head.



However, the Tractor Boys are not prepared to let the shot-stopper leave the club for that figure and their asking price is actually higher than the reported amount.


Hladky has two years left on his current deal at Portman Road but Ipswich will not prevent him from leaving, provided they receive a fee that they deem fair.



Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin has previously worked with Hladky at Scottish side St. Mirren and it remains to be seen whether they will link up again at Pittodrie.