Boro withdraw interest in free agent 30 goal striker
Middlesbrough have been linked with Sunderland forward Charlie Wyke for a while, but reports have it that they are unlikely to sign him.
According to reports Boro have withdrawn their interest in signing Charlie Wyke despite being a free agent, as his current deal at Sunderland expires at the end of this month.
This has left clubs like Millwall, Nottingham Forest, Cardiff City, and Swansea City with the chance to secure the signing of the 28-year-old who scored 30 goals and provided 5 assists in all competitions last season.
Neil Warnock now has Chuba Akpom as the only striker in the team, and it has also been reported that there is a possibility that the former Arsenal man will leave the club this summer.
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Scottish side Celtic have also been linked to Wyke, and Sunderland have also offered him a new deal. It remains to be seen where he ends up playing next season.