Warnock identifies two or three exciting strikers in the summer transfer window
Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock is in the transfer market this summer to sign new players as he looks to challenge for promotion next season, and it seems he already knows the strikers he wants to sign.
Warnock has revealed that he already has two or three players that excite him ahead of the summer transfer window.
Everyone is aware that Middlesbrough are short of players in the forward positions, and he is trying to make sure he can fill those voids even before the pre-season starts.
He further revealed he wants players that can score between 10 and 15 goals each season.
"We're looking for players to come into the side to score ten or 15 goals, so I've got to have things up my sleeve," Warnock said.
"I'm not going to get the finished product, but there are two or three players that excite me if I could get them."
"You get feelings about players as a manager, and I've got feelings about two or three. I'm hoping I can get the ones I've got these feelings about."
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It remains to be seen if Warnock can get these players early, or he has to wait until late into the transfer window before he executes the deals.