Middlesbrough have been one of the standout performers in the Championship so far this season as they continue to push for automatic promotion.
Boro look like a force to be reckoned with in the current campaign having enjoyed an unbeaten start to the season. And, it looks as if the Championship club’s loan business isn’t finished just yet, as according to The Northern Echo, Tony Pulis is looking for two or three more players.
The Boro boss outlined a wish to get “two or three” signings in before Thursday’s deadline for loans after yesterday’s victory over West Bromwich Albion.
Indeed, Middlesbrough have already drafted in a number of players so far this summer, but it appears as if Tony Pulis isn’t done yet as he had this to say:
“If we can’t add wide players next week then we will push on. We will try our best to get the players in and they will be better than what we have got, players have a bit between their teeth. Yannick (Bolasie) is not going to come to us.”
Middlesbrough added Muhamed Besic and Jordan Hugill to their ranks recently, but Tony Pulis is still searching for another two or three players, so supporters can expect a lot of movement over the next week.
Indeed, Boro have started this season in the best possible way and can now look to strengthen to increase their chances of securing promotion.
Adama Traore’s departure is something that the Boro boss is working tirelessly to address by bringing in a winger or two before the transfer window shuts, with a number of players on his radar.