Middlesbrough Chasing Sam Vokes
According to reports in the Northern Echo, Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis is looking to strengthen his forward line and he is keen on bringing Welsh International & Burnley striker Sam Vokes to the Riverside Stadium.
Sean Dyche is currently looking to increase the size of his squad ahead of the coming Premier League and Europa League campaign and therefore will not want to lose an experienced professional such as Sam Vokes who has served the club well and is a big favourite with the clubs fans.
Vokes, made 32 appearances scoring 4 goals for the club last season despite spending most of the season behind both Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes in the starting line-up.
There are a number of Sky Bet Championship clubs interested in taking the Welsh International striker, but it’s not clear if he would be willing to drop out of the Premier League in order to get a regular starting place in a side. Pulis is looking to bring his own players into the club, after working with Brett Assombalonga, Patrick Bamford and Rudy Gestede last season who were all purchased by Gary Monk before he was dismissed.