Middlesbrough have set their attention towards securing the services of Bojan Krkic from Stoke City, according to reports from the Sun.
Middlesbrough have been very active in the January transfer window so far, after securing the services of Rudy Gestede from Aston Villa while it is believed that Boro are also close to signing Patrick Bamford from Chelsea for around £10 million.
With scoring goals a major problem for Middlesbrough at the moment, manager Aitor Karanka is planning to bring in more reinforcements to his attacking lineup in addition to Gestede and Bamford, and now according to reports from the Sun, the Premier League outfit are currently considering a move for Stoke City attacker Bojan Krkic.
Bojan has struggled for regular minutes on the pitch at the Britannia Stadium this season and is widely expected to be leaving before the end of the current January transfer window.
Karanka is a keen admirer of Bojan and despite the striker’s struggles in recent times, the Middlesbrough boss is now said to be willing to bring him to the Riverside Stadium.