Boro keen on Charlton striker

According to various media outlets, Boro are in for a busy few days before the end of January Transfer window.

Boro keen on Charlton striker

Having scored 14-goals in all competitions for Charlton this season, Karlan Grant has caught the eye of multiple clubs, with Boro reportedly keen on bringing the striker to the Riverside Stadium.

The 21-year-old is attracting interest from a number of clubs, considering the fact that he would be out of contract at the end of this season.

With the risk that Charlton allow him to leave for free in the summer, they might be tempted to let him go provided a £2 million offer comes this month.

In addition to Boro, who are looking to add a striker to reinforce their push for promotion, fellow Championship side West Brom and Premier League outfit Huddersfield are also reportedly interested in the forward.

Sunderland in for Boro midfielder

It isn’t going to be all incomings at Middlesbrough FC in the remaining days of this transfer window, as Sunderland look to sign 33-year-old Grant Leadbitter.

Leadbitter, who has featured over 200 times for Boro in his career, has fallen down the pecking order this season and is likely to take a pay-cut in order to move to his former club.

Boro hold talks with players following confrontation at Newport

Boro hold talks with players following confrontation at Newport

Multiple claims of the players confronting fans at the Newport game emerged on social media which forced Boro to take action.

"They get paid good money to play a game of football" - Tony Pulis

Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis pulled no punches in the aftermath of seeing his team dumped out of the FA Cup by League Two side Newport.

Confused right now: Will the real Middlesbrough Football Club please stand up?

Confused right now: Will the real Middlesbrough Football Club please stand up?

I can honestly say I’ve never been so confused about how I feel right now.

George Saville bullish after Middlesbrough win at West Brom

George Saville bullish after Middlesbrough win at West Brom

Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis also expressed his appreciation for the striker Britt Assombalonga who played a crucial role in the comeback.