West Ham United winger to join Boro on a four-year deal
The 21-year-old winger is set to complete his move to Boro on a 4 year deal.
West Ham United winger Marcus Browne is set to sign a four-year deal at Middlesbrough after agreeing terms to a permanent exit.
According to Football Insider, Boro are keen to add another wide player, along with two full-backs.
Middlesbrough had agreed a fee with West Ham United earlier in the week and Browne had been given permission to travel to Middlesbrough for talks and a medical.
Browne played in a central role for West Ham United’s youth team, however regularly played wide when on loan at Oxford United last season.
The 21-year-old enjoyed a successful season on loan at Oxford United last season, where he scored 9 goals and creating 5 assists.
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Browne played once for West Ham United’s first-team in their 1-1 draw with Astra Girugiu in the Europa League.