Neil Warnock expects Lewis Wing to return to Boro
Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock has many decisions to make on players this summer, and the decision on Lewis Wing's future is one of them.
Wing signed for Rotherham United on loan in the January transfer window, where he played 20 matches, scoring twice and assisting another two. However, the 25-year-old will return to his parent club Middlesbrough this summer.
Wing has a contract with Boro through to 2022 and will hope he can get more playing time at the club ahead of next season.
When asked if he sees Wing remaining at the club, Warnock said "Lewis Wing will come back and train with us, they have loved him down there, but you just don’t know."
"Somebody always surprises you in pre-season, but you just have to have an open mind, really."
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Warnock didn't reveal whether he was proud of Wing's spell at Rotherham United, however, it seems he is giving the player the chance to prove himself.