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Patrick Bamford Joins Middlesbrough


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Middlesbrough FC have confirmed that Chelsea's highly rated U21 striker, Patrick Bamford, has joined the club on a season-long loan via their official website.


The 20 year old had sparked interest from at least 10 clubs this summer after scoring 29 goals on loan at MK Dons and Derby last season, as he told Boro's official channel:

Patrick explained that the reason the loan was delayed was due to a hold up in the paper work, and promised the Boro faithful lots of goals.

Boro's manager, and Jose Mourinho's ex-assistant at Real Madrid, Aitor Karanka, seemed just as eager to work with Bamford:

“Everyone knows that Patrick is a very good player with a bright future in the game,” said a delighted Aitor.

“He scored a lot of goals during his previous loan spells and will be a good addition to our squad."

“I first enquired about trying to bring Patrick to Middlesbrough last December so I am delighted that everything has now been agreed.

“I’m looking forward to working with him.”

Best of luck to Pat and fingers crossed that is not the last Chelsea strikers transfer news we'll hear this weekend ;)

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