Keeper set to leave Boro for a permanent move to Bundesliga 2

Keeper set to leave Boro for a permanent move to Bundesliga 2

Middlesbrough continue to be actively involved in the transfer window, and this time around, they may have to allow one of their goalkeepers to leave the club.

Boro keeper Dejan Stojanovic is set to leave the club in a permanent move to Bundesliga 2 side St Pauli, where he spent the last few months on loan.

The 27-year-old played 19 times for the German side in the just-concluded season and is keen to make his loan deal permanent.

Middlesbrough have already signed a new goalkeeper, Joe Lumley, who joined them from QPR on a free transfer. It means Stojanovic's chances of being the number one goalkeeper could be limited.

Boro are interested in sanctioning his move as long as St Pauli meet their valuation.

Middlesbrough may have to consider recruiting one more goalkeeper if they allow Stojanovic to leave the club, having allowed Zach Hemming to leave on loan to Scottish side Kilmarnock.

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