Middlesbrough list out 3 fantastic players as their january transfer target

Middlesbrough has been linked with Hammarby center-back Nathaniel Adjei, but considering the competition for his signature, exploring alternative options might be prudent. Here are three potential alternatives for Boro to consider:

1. **Charlie Cresswell – Leeds United:**
Charlie Cresswell has struggled for playing time at Leeds United, making January an opportune moment for a move away. Having demonstrated his capabilities in the Championship with Millwall last season, Cresswell could be a valuable addition for Middlesbrough. Although he recently signed a new deal with Leeds, the promise of regular minutes might entice the player.

Charlie Cresswell: Leeds United defender signs new four-year deal - BBC  Sport

2. **Aurele Amenda – BSC Young Boys:**
At 20 years old, center-back Aurele Amenda is on an upward trajectory, making him an appealing target for Middlesbrough. With substantial game time in Switzerland this season and a taste of Champions League football, Amenda could be a smart investment before garnering attention from top clubs. Leeds United had shown interest in the summer, making him worth considering in a scouting mission.

❌❌❌ on X: "Aurele Amenda 🇨🇭 Age: 19 Position: RCB Club: Young Boys  Another physically-dominant CB, Amenda is a force to be reckoned with in  duels, particularly in the air. He is

3. **Ronnie Edwards – Peterborough United:**
For a domestic-based option, Ronnie Edwards from Peterborough United could be an ideal addition. Ready to return to Championship football and likely to leave Posh this winter after missing out on a summer move, Edwards could be a fantastic present and future asset for Middlesbrough on Teesside. While a Premier League side might also be interested, a competitive offer from Boro could secure his services.

Who is Ronnie Edwards? The young centre-back wanted by Man Utd and  recommended by Ferguson | FootballTransfers.com

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.