Joe Worrall was linked with a move to Middlesbrough in January, and the club will keep a careful eye on his status as the summer approaches

Middlesbrough’s playoff ambitions are diminishing due to fears over summer transfers for elite players such as Hackney and van den Berg.
Joe Worrall of Nottingham Forest could be a target for Boro following an impressive but questionable loan spell with Besiktas.
Boro may explore Worrall as a replacement for prospective departures, highlighting the club’s need for a new center-back in the next season.Result_4_16_2024, 10_18_15 PM
Middlesbrough appear to have failed to make the Championship play-offs after making it last season.

Boro appear to be heading for another year in the second tier, however this has yet to be mathematically confirmed. They are now eight points behind sixth-place Norwich City with three games remaining.

The summer transfer window will be a big source of concern for Boro. A few of their top players may leave because they were unable to develop from last season.

Hayden Hackney, Rav van den Berg, and Seny Dieng are among the top players who could depart in the summer.

With that in mind, Boro may attempt to re-sign some of their failed January targets.

One of those players may be Nottingham Forest’s Joe Worrall.

Worrall’s Current Transfer Situation

Worrall was targeted by a number of clubs during the January transfer window after being shut out at Forest.

Worrall and Scott McKenna were frozen out in December by former manager Steve Cooper, who was under pressure to preserve his job.

Since the end of September, he has made only two Premier League appearances, totaling 13 minutes.

Worrall was suddenly available for transfer, and the former Forest captain was quite interested.

Middlesbrough, Leeds United, Leicester City, and Sheffield United are all rumored to be interested in signing Worrall ahead of the January transfer season.

He will eventually move to Turkish giants Besiktas on loan till the end


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By Fafa T

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