Middlesbrough must add to their attacking ranks this summer, otherwise, they could be stuck in the Championship for a whole lot longer than another season.
Tony Pulis’ side may have been in contention for a play-off spot for the majority of the campaign, however, goals were a huge problem for the Teesside outfit throughout the year, with a number of clubs outscoring them in the division.
And, it appears they are interested in adding a razor-sharp attacker to their squad in the summer if the latest rumour to emerge is anything to go by.
What’s the News?
The Teesside Gazzete are running with a story claiming Middlesbrough are interested in signing Sheraldo Becker this summer.
The winger is out of contract with ADO Den Haag this summer, making him an extremely attractive option for the Championship club to consider.
Going based off of his stats this season, Becker could be an excellent addition to the Riverside outfit this summer and one that Middlesbrough should look to make happen.
The 24-year-old has shown some fine form in the final third of the pitch for Den Haag, having netted eight goals and provided 11 assists across all competitions so far. Those figures would certainly be welcomed on Teesside.
A right winger by trade, he can also play on the left flank or be utilised as a secondary striker, which would provide Pulis with a number of options in the attacking third as the club will look to finally get out of England’s second-tier.
There is a chance that Becker could become Boro’s next Adama Traore as well, but hopefully with more goals. He has the pace, the tricky feet and the ability to make the direct runs their former star used to make in the red-and-white shirt that will surely get the Middlesbrough faithful off their feet in the stands if he were to join them.
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