Middlesbrough planning to sign Adomah

Author: Peter Sarbah
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Albert Adomah

English Championship side, Middlesbrough, are planning a swoop on Ghanaian international, Albert Adomah to assist in their campaign this season.

Adomah who moved from the North Yorkshire club in 2016 to Aston Villa has become a prime target for Coach Tony Pulis who wants to augment the attacking side of Boro.

Aston Villa are reported to be in huge danger of breaking the financial fair play rules next season after they lost to Fulham in the playoff final.

This implies that they have to offload some of their players with Adomah said to be on the radar of the club he spent three years before moving to Villa.

Coach Pulis is also said to be an admirer of the Ghanaian winger and want to bring him back to the Riverside Stadium to help in their campaign for qualification to the Premiership.

Adomah had an impressive season with Villa where he scored 15 goals in all competitions last season and that form has convinced Pulis to bring the 30-year-old back to Middlesbrough.

The Ghanaian is  not the only player on the Championship side’s radar as they want to land Sergio Canos from Brentford, as a potential replacement for Adama Traore, who is linked with Wolves as well as Luke Freeman and Matt Phillips.