Middlesbrough confirm deal for another youngster
Middlesbrough have been swift in action when it comes to sealing moves for their youngsters. They've added another 18-year-old to their ranks.
Jeremy Sivi becomes the sixth youngster to sign a deal with Middlesbrough this summer, joining the likes of Josh Wells, Cain Sykes, Max Metcalfe, Isiah Cornet, and Jack Robinson.
The 18-year-old impressed during a trial period at Boro, and the club had to fight off of interest from several clubs across Europe.
He made his debut for the club's Under-23s in the PL2 game against Crystal Palace. He was at the Onside Football Academy in London, and he has previously played for Leyton Orient and Harlow Town.
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Boro have been swift when it comes to tying their youngsters to new deals. They have only been able to sign one major player so far. Fans will expect more of the major deals to be completed in the coming weeks.