Middlesbrough are understood to be closing in on a £3.8m deal for Ajax winger Viktor Fischer.
It's believed the 21-year-old was allowed to leave an international training camp with Denmark and is expected on Teesside for talks over a possible summer switch to the Riverside.
If the deal goes through, Fischer would be Aitor Karanka's first signing since the club were promoted back to the Premier League.
'Excitement, tension and then an outpouring of pure relief' - Rob Nichols takes us through Saturday's game against Brighton.Read the full story ›
92-year-old Middlesbrough fan Alice Morgan had waited a long time to see her team back in the Premier League.
She has not just waited for the past 7 years - she's been supporting the club through all its ups and downs of the 'Boro since she was 15 years old.
She was at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday afternoon to see Middlesbrough promoted to the top flight after a 1 all draw with Brighton.
This is what it meant to the hundreds of Middlesbrough fans who celebrated at the final whistle as they were promoted to the Premier League.
These fans were watching the match in the pub in the town centre.
Thank you to Angela who sent in this picture of two young Boro fans at the Riverside.
Fans invaded the pitch after 8 minutes of added time at the Riverside as a 1 all draw against Brighton secured Middlesbrough a place in the Premier League next season.
Chairman Steve Gibson was in tears as players and fans hugged one another on the pitch.
Middlesbrough are back in the Premier League!
It finished Boro 1 - 1 Brighton at the Riverside.
It's still 1 all at the Riverside between Brighton and Middlesbrough.
There will be 8 minutes of added time.
Drama at the Riverside.
Referee Mike Dean sends off Brighton goalscorer Dale Stephens for a tackle on Gaston Ramirez.
Ramirez is stretchered off the pitch.
Brighton down to 10 men.
All level at the Riverside. The score is currently 1-1.