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Brighton join Middlesbrough for Adam Clayton

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Brighton has joined Middlesbrough in a race to get the signature of Huddersfield midfielder, Adam Clayton. According to the newspaper, the Daily Mirror, Brighton have entered the race for Clayton. Earlier last week, it was reported that Boro gave an offer of £1 million plus a player.It was revealed that the players involved in the offer were either Kei Kamara or Jacob Butterfield. However it is reported in the Mirror that the Seagulls have gone for a cash only deal.

Adam Clayton started his career at Manchester City, in their academy. After a loan spell at Carlisle and Leeds, he settled down at Leeds in 2010.After two more loan spells and 45 games, scoring 6 goals, for Leeds, he moved to his current club, Huddersfield.

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Adam Clayton is in high demand

Boro fans will be hoping that Kei Kamara will be leaving the club after a twitter rant left the fans angry at him. He was complaining that Boro and his country didn’t help him whilst he had Malaria in America whilst on holiday.

He signed to the Terriers for £350,000 in 2012, going straight into the first team. He has played 85 games for the Terriers and has scored 11 goals in his stint at the Terriers.Clayton seems to be in high demand.


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