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Due to the exceptional performance of Dominic Solanke, 31-year-old Moore has experienced limited playing time at Bournemouth this season, accumulating only 287 minutes from 13 appearances under manager Andoni Iraola. Despite scoring twice, Moore has only made two starts in the 2023-24 campaign, both in FA Cup and EFL Cup matches. In the Premier League, he has been limited to 100 minutes from eight substitute appearances.

With Bournemouth strengthening their attacking options by securing Enes Unal on loan from Getafe, Moore has been granted permission to complete the season at Portman Road, where Ipswich is competing for promotion to the Premier League. Moore previously joined Ipswich from Forest Green in January 2017, spending a year at Portman Road, making 11 appearances, and also having a loan stint at Rotherham United.

Expressing his satisfaction after finalizing the temporary deal, Moore stated, “It’s great to finally get it over the line because it’s been a long time coming during the window. I remember my first spell here, and I’ve gone away and worked very hard on myself during that time, so I’m delighted to be back and can’t wait to get going. I was really excited when I spoke to everyone here, and now I just want to meet the group, get out on the pitch, and contribute.”

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