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A loan would be a good deal for us especially if it's view of a permanent in summer. As a striking option I'd be happy with Hugill but really think our current focus needs to be on some midfield creativity, we can't rely on the young lads in their breakthrough season, that's unfair.

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Joe Bryan set to sign for Villa

Joe Bryan will sign for Aston Villa today.

 

Bryan had a medical yesterday and confirmation is expected at some stage in the next few hours.

 

Both Villa and Boro were said to have agreed a fee for Bryan earlier this week.

 

 

FFS!

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Any chance on something positive happening in the transfer market? It’s been hit after hit after hit... those at the top have made a complete hash of this summer.

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BORO IN TALKS WITH BOLASIE

 

Sky sources: Middlesbrough remain in discussions with Yannick Bolasie as they attempt to persuade him to move to The Championship.

 

Everton winger Bolasie has been told he’s surplus to requirements at Goodison Park; Crystal Palace are interested but Boro is a more likely destination.

 

Middlesbrough are discussing both a permanent transfer and/or a loan with a view to a permanent deal. Bolasie is valued around £15m.

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Middlesbrough remain in discussions with Yannick Bolasie as they attempt to persuade him to move to The Championship. Both permanent transfer and loan with an option to buy being discussed.

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If we can wrap up Besic, Hugill and Bolasie in the next 30 hours it will calm a lot down and we can then spend the loan window finding the right players for competition at full back and another creative player.

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