Middlesbrough will be desperate to bring in a couple of players before the close of the loan window as they chase promotion to the Premier League.
Boro have taken seven points from their first three Championship games as they continue to chase promotion to the Premier League. Although, it appears as if Tony Pulis wants to strengthen his squad before the loan window closes, as according to the Mirror, Middlesbrough are eyeing Yannick Bolasie and Muhamed Besic.
Middlesbrough are hoping to tie up a number of loan deals in the coming weeks with the Championship club anxious to tie up Everton pair Yannick Bolasie and Muhamed Besic.
The Championship club remain keen on the pair but may have to play a waiting game until the end of the month to add both to Tony Pulis’s squad.
Both men have plenty of experience from playing in the Premier League and Besic enjoyed a successful loan spell at the Riverside during the second half of last season.
So, it looks as if Boro are trying to bring in two Everton players that have been pushed out of Marco Silva’s plans at Goodison Park.
Indeed, after waving goodbye to Adama Traore, the Championship club will see the extremely talented Yannick Bolasie as a suitable replacement for the winger. And, having seen how impressive Muhamed Besic was during his time at the Riverside last season, it comes as no surprise that Boro are returning for him after failing to secure him on a permanent deal during the summer transfer window.