BREAKING NEWS : Middlesbrough have submitted a contract proposal to recruit Premier League’s top striker.

The summer transfer window is now just days away from being formally opened, and conversations are taking place behind the scenes.
Championship club Middlesbrough is in negotiations with Tottenham about signing 19-year-old striker Will Lankshear, who was signed from Sheffield United for £2 million. Boro have already made a contract offer to the 19-year-old, despite tough competition from other Championship sides, according to Football League World.

Lankshear was rewarded with a new deal last summer, tying him to Tottenham until 2026. Despite his great skill, he’s likely to find game time under Ange Postecoglou limited, as the north London club hopes to contend for the league title and excel at the Europa League. There is also competition for him from European teams, and an outright sale is not out of the question. LondonWorld has been informed that Boro manager Michael Carrick is interested in the teenager as he seeks to develop a club capable of competing for Premier League promotion next season.
Game time will determine where he returns, since despite being one of Tottenham’s top players on the youth squad, he has yet to make his first-team debut.

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Spurs are trying to do business early for their first team after taking two big steps to shape it. First, they swiftly declared that Timo Werner, who had recently joined from RB Leipzig, would remain on loan for another season.

Smart business, given that he knows the league and has scored twice in 13 games since entering in January. They have also confirmed the departures of four players: Eric Dier, Ivan Perisic, Ryan Sessegnon, and Japhet Tanganga. They are also looking to replace Harry Kane, who left the club last summer without a good replacement. Last season, they finished fifth in the league, with manager Postecoglou determined to repair the club’s foundations after calling them ‘fragile’.

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