'Boro and Hull City in transfer deadlock'
Boro are looking to sign winger from Hull City, whilst the Tigers are plotting a move for Boro striker.
Middlesbrough FC have approached Hull City over a proposed move for winger Kamil Grosicki.
The 30-year-old emerged as a transfer target yesterday, however the Tigers are reportedly yet to receive an official bid from Boro for the winger.
The Polish international has been capped 64 times and has been in fine form recently, helping push Hull City up the Championship table. He has six assists and four goals to his name, having appeared 22 times for Hull City this season.
Meanwhile, Hull City are still keen to finalise a move for Boro's Ashley Fletcher. The Humberside club have been linked with the striker for most of the transfer window and are hoping to wrap the deal up before today's deadline.
The 23-year-old joined Boro from West Ham in the 2017 summer transfer window for £6.5 million, but has struggled to break into Tony Pulis' first team this season.
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Boro are hoping to use Hull City's desire to sign Fletcher as bait for the signing of Grosicki, including the striker as part of a proposed deal.