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Chelsea are reportedly making significant strides towards the signing of Adama Traore from Middlesbrough at the end of the campaign.
Although the end of the Premier League season has only just arrived, planning for next season is already underway for Middlesbrough, as they plot a return to the top flight following their relegation.
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs is on the shortlist to take over as the next permanent manager of Middlesbrough. The Premier League strugglers have been under the temporary management of Steve Agnew since the departure of Aitor Karanka, and look set to be relegated to the Championship in the coming weeks.
With just two months of the season to go there is still a lot to be decided – especially at the lower end of the Premier League. Many believe that the bottom three as it stands will be the ones going down come May, but can any of them avoid the drop?
On the 13th of November 2013, Middlesbrough football club appointed the first overseas manager in the club's 141 year history.
Harry Redknapp is reportedly eyeing a return to management with the vacant Middlesbrough job up for grabs. The 70-year-old last coached Jordan for their World Cup qualifiers last year.
Premier League minnows Middlesbrough are unlikely to sell defender Ben Gibson in January, unless his £35m valuation is met. Chelsea have the player at the top of their winter shortlist.
As Antonio Barragan was unveiled on Thursday, you could just sense the joy of manager Aitor Karanka. In his speech, the former Real Madrid assistant manager said of his latest recruit, 'He is a player we know a lot about and he is a good addition to the squad'.
A more learned man than me once said that if all of the world were to collate each of their problems into one pile, each and every man would rather take his own home again, than take a portion from the common stock.
Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson has slammed the FA for overturning Frank Lampard´s red card for Chelsea, but adding an extra game suspension on to striker Jeremie Aliadiere´s red. Gibson accused the FA of double standards.
Middlesbrough chief executive Keith Lamb has admitted that the club hope to seal Stewart Downing to a new long-term contract. Downing has been locked in talks with Boro for a year as interest from Tottenham has emerged.
Gareth Southgate has hit out at rumours that Middlesbrough are lining up a replacement for him. The rumours started at the weekend, and Boro chairman Steve Gibson moved to reject the rumours regarding Southgate's future.
Middlesbrough find themselves in a precarious position - only one point off the drop - whilst Chelsea continue to reverse their fortune. Boro need a lot of luck and the loss of Yakubu has hit them hard, and several are calling for Gareth Southgate's head. However, Chelsea will be hoping to grab three points to push them further up the Premiership table.
Middlesbrough boss Gareth Southgate has spoken of his clubs unity, despite the clubs disappointing form. The Teessiders went into the break for international matches sitting uncomfortably in 15th place in the Premier League table and one point above the drop zone after claiming just one draw from their last four games.
Everton star Yakubu Aiyegbeni has hit out at Middlesbrough's chairman Steve Gibson. Gibson claimed that Yakubu was not fully committed to Middlesbrough's cause last year.