Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis could look to make a move for Wolves winger Adama Traore, as he looks to strengthen his attacking options at the Riverside, according to the Daily Mirror via the Hartlepool Mail.
A 1-1 draw with Millwall at the weekend leaves Boro in fifth spot in the Championship, seven points off leaders Leeds United and with the performance far from convincing, fan pressure is mounting on Pulis to take some decisive action in the transfer market.
So would the return of Traore to the Riverside be a good move by Boro?
“Middlesbrough are replacing Traore with Traore.
“Having never added to the squad to compensate for the loss of the winger in the summer, it would be a good signing as Boro lack any sort of dynamism.
“Slow in their approach and laboured carrying the ball – signing him could well be the catalyst in restoring their faltering play-off fight.”
“Would be an unbelievable signing.
“Boro have been lacking that bit of attacking firepower this season and getting Traore back would solve that brilliantly.
“It will be a hard one to pull off, but what a coup it would be.”
“He was great for them last season. He has that bit of something special that turns games around.
“He makes things happen.
“He would be great for Boro and perhaps give them that last little push.”
“What a signing this would be.
“Boro have been crying out for a winger that has the ability to change the course of a game on their own.
“Traore could be the missing piece in the jigsaw for Middlesbrough’s promotion bid this season.”