Middlesbrough failed to secure all three points against Stoke City yesterday evening in what was a rather disappointing performance.
Boro will be desperate to return to winning ways with aims of securing automatic promotion to the Premier League under Tony Pulis this season. And, it appears as if they’re trying to secure a transfer deal, as according to The Sunday Mirror (04/11; page 67) (via HITC), Middlesbrough have already begun talks about a permanent deal for Mo Besic.
It’s understood that Middlesbrough have already begun talks about converting Mo Besic’s current loan deal into a permanent move to the Riverside Stadium.
The central midfielder has been one of the standout performers for Boro in the middle of midfield this season, with key interceptions helping snuff out potentially dangerous attacks.
Indeed, the Championship club should have a large amount of funds available after selling Adama Traore back in the summer, so a deal shouldn’t be too hard to secure.
Middlesbrough will be desperate to secure a big agreement for Mo Besic having witnessed his performances in the current campaign, with promotion to the Premier League being dependant on his efforts.
Indeed, the central midfielder has the quality to be playing in the Premier League, so securing him on a permanent deal in the Championship would be massive.