Warnock wants to sign one or two experienced players
Neil Warnock has identified the lack of experienced players in Boro squad and is looking to sign one or two experienced players this summer.
Warnock has stated that he would like to sign one or two experienced players this summer as he looks to improve in all areas.
Middlesbrough's average age of players that finished the season was 25 years, meaning they have many young, inexperienced, players in the squad.
This situation greatly affected the team's consistency, and Warnock is ready to change that in the summer transfer window.
The 72-year-old said "I would like to bring one or two older players in."
"That middle bracket of 25-30, we haven't got many of those in, really."
"We've got a really young squad, really. That's great for the club and the future of the club without a shadow of a doubt."
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If Warnock says he needs more experienced players, then he is sure of what he wants. Middlesbrough have already been linked to signing free agent Junior Hoilett who announced his departure from Cardiff City a few days ago.