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What is the latest news with Isaiah Jones’ situation at Boro amid Man Utd and Chelsea links?



Middlesbrough will be setting their sights on the automatic promotion places when the new Championship campaign gets underway, with Chris Wilder having his first full summer to assemble a squad. 

Looking to bolster certain areas of the pitch, it will be equally important for Wilder to try and keep the core of the squad together. 

Marcus Tavernier and Isaiah Jones are two players that have already attracted interest from the higher division, with the pair certainly possessing the ability to play Premier League football. 

Tavernier has been subject to strong interest from Bournemouth, with a Football Insider report claiming that the Cherries are readying a £10 million bid for the attacking midfielder. 

Jones, who thrived in a right-wing-back role last season is currently being monitored by Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur during the early stages of this transfer window, as per a report from 

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The 22-year-old featured 42 times in the league last time out for Boro, chipping in with a goal and nine assists in what was a bright attacking display. 

He also continued to improve defensively as the season wore on, with the ability he is showing now, coupled with the incredibly high ceiling he possesses, making Premier League interest justified. 

The report suggests that the aforementioned trio are currently just monitoring the defender’s progress, as it remains to be seen if any attempted moves will be made. 

If he does depart for one of the three clubs currently in the conversation, it would then be interesting to see what kind of role he would play. 

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Article title: What is the latest news with Isaiah Jones’ situation at Boro amid Man Utd and Chelsea links?

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