It is going to be a busy few months at Middlesbrough with lots of incomings and outgoings now that the English transfer window has officially opened.
The comments by the Middlesbrough manager have come in the wake of the critique levelled at his tactics by Martin Braithwaite who is currently on loan at Leganes.
While he has made his intentions clear of not returning to Boro, Martin Braithwaite is unsure what the future has in store for him.
Rumours further state that the Middlesbrough target, who has also been linked with fellow Championship side Leeds United, is going to sign for Arsenal.
As the January transfer window came to a close last night, we wrap up left Boro during the window.
Reports coming from various media outlets have claimed that Middlesbrough FC look set to bolster their attacking options by going for the Portuguese international.
The 25-year-old goalkeeper, who was on loan at Accrington Stanley prior to his move, made a permanent move to Preston last week.
The Middlesbrough manager was speaking to the media after Boro's 5-0 win over Peterborough United in the FA Cup.
Boro are part of a contingent of clubs keeping a close eye on the contract situation of 20-year-old Sunderland striker.
Another transfer window and another wave of discussion surrounding Martin Braithwaite – hard to believe he only signed at the beginning of last season.
Middlesbrough FC manager Tony Pulis has confirmed that the club has given 27-year-old Danish striker permission to leave Boro.
As 2018 draws to its conclusion, it’s not exactly been the happiest of ways to end a year that started with promise, if not excitement.
According to The Telegraph, Middlesbrough FC are willing to let 27-year-old Danish striker leave in the January transfer window.
Reports have further claimed that while Swansea would like to sign the striker on a permanent basis, a loan move looks more likely.
Ipswich Town, who currently sit bottom of the Championship, are looking to bolster their attack in January.
After a couple of days in which news of departures dominated the discussion at Boro, it seems Tony Pulis is finally serious to add names to his squad.
If rumours coming from various media outlets to be believed, there will be more departures than arrivals at Middlesbrough FC during the January transfer window.
Boro look set to turn the loan deal for Jordan Hugill into a permanent one in January, if reports are to be believed.
The Middlesbrough manager had surprised Boro fans by giving teenage winger Marcus Tavernier a start in Middlesbrough’s 2-1 victory at Brentford.
The 27-year-old striker’s commitment to Middlesbrough FC was questioned by a Boro fan on Instagram.
The Middlesbrough manager is confident that Hugill has what it takes to spearhead the team’s push for promotion to the Premier League.