The transfer window may have closed on Tuesday but that hasn't stopped Middlesbrough FC adding to their squad.
Boro have recruited for future after completing two new signings for the academy.
Pedro Silva Torrejon and William Opoko Asiedu have both signed on at the Riverside club on Thursday after completing their medicals.
Torrejon arrives on loan until the end of the season from Argentine club Boca Juniors. The 20-year-old can play either left back or defensive midfielder.
Asiedu has been immediately loaned out Estonian club FC Levadia for 18 months. The 19-year-old signed from Ghanaian side Okyeman Planners.
Midfielder Robbie Tinkler has left Boro to joined National League side North Ferriby United on loan until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old signed for the National League side and will be available for their game against Braintree Town on 11th February.
Tinkler signed for Boro at the age of 13 and made 2 appearances for their Under-21's in the Football League Trophy this season.
Interim goalkeeping coach Eric Steele has also left the club due to injury. Steele arrived in December following Leo Percovich rupturing his Achilles.
The former Manchester United coach has sustained a knee injury which leaves Middlesbrough in search of their third goalkeeping coach this season.