Boro to hold talks with Marvin Johnson about his future
Marvin Johnson has scored three goals and provided four assists so far this season, but his future at Middlesbrough remains uncertain.
Marvin Johnson's future at Middlesbrough is uncertain, with his current contract set to expire this summer.
According to reports, Warnock previously assumed that the 30-year-old winger had a clause to extend his deal for a further year. However, it has been discovered that no such clause is in his contract meaning he could be set for an exit in the summer transfer window.
Neil Warnock has revealed that the club will chat with the winger at the end of the season.
When quizzed about Johnson's future and the assumption that he had a contract extension clause, Warnock said “no, he hasn’t, I thought there was one in it, but I don’t think there is an option in it.”
“He’s one of those that we’ll have a chat with at the end of the season.”
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Having played 36 Championship matches this season, the 30-year-old has been an integral part of the team.