Middlesbrough are expected to confirm the signing of Uruguayan winger Carlos de Pena on a three-year deal from Nacional.
The club announced the deal on Twitter:
Aitor Karanka insists there has been no fall out with Albert Adomah, despite reports his star winger has handed in a transfer request.
Middlesbrough's Head Coach says there is no problem and he expects Adomah will still be a Boro player after next week's transfer deadline.
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Middlesbrough striker David Nugent is 'happy' after completing his move from Premier League side Leicester City.
The 30-year-old has signed a three-year deal with Boro, and makes the switch to the Riverside Stadium for a reported fee of around £4 million.
Nugent told ITV that Middlesbrough belong back in the Premier League.
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka has denied speculation that the club have made a £14 million bid for Blackburn striker Jordan Rhodes.
Speaking ahead of Boro's League Cup tie against Oldham, Karanka confirmed that the club are interested in signing a striker before the end of the transfer window.
But the Spaniard said that rumours the club had bid £14 million for Rhodes were 'not true'.
Middlesbrough have confirmed that forward Lee Tomlin has joined Premier League side Bournemouth for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old forward scored 14 goals in 64 league and cup appearances during his 18 months at the Riverside, having joined Boro from Peterborough in January 2014.
Former England defender Jonathan Woodgate has shelved his retirement plans to sign a new 12-month contract at Middlesbrough.
Woodgate had looked set to end his playing days but Boro boss Aitor Karanka has convinced him to extend his career after the club lost new signing Alex Baptiste to a broken leg.
Woody will be important in the changing room.
I really appreciated his reaction after hearing of Alex Baptiste’s injury last week, and he is ready to come back.
He knows his role will be a bit different. He wants to come here to help us get promotion.
I said last season and I’ll say it again, he can be very important because he is a good person and a good lad.
He was thinking about retiring 10 months ago and now he wants to help us. We are close to being a family here, and we’re pleased to say ‘welcome back Woody.’
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka says new signing Stewart Downing is "more than just a player" for the club.
Downing completed his switch back to Boro from West Ham exactly six years after leaving the Riverside Stadium in 2009. The 30-year-old has joined on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Speaking about the move, Karanka said:
It's an amazing signing for us. He's more than just a player.
Nobody expected him to come here. But he wants to be here and is completely committed to the club and the team. He is a very good person and I'm excited to work with him.
Middlesbrough have confirmed the signing of winger Stewart Downing from West Ham for an undisclosed fee.
The 30-year-old, who came through the youth ranks at Boro, has rejoined his hometown club six years to the day after leaving for Aston Villa in 2009.
The England international, who has 35 caps for his country, has signed a four-year contract and is flying out to Spain on Friday to link up with the rest of the Boro squad in Marbella.
Downing made almost 250 appearances for Middlesbrough before joining Aston Villa for £12 million in 2009. Two years later, he moved to Liverpool for £20 million. He then signed for West Ham in 2013 for £5 million.