Sources: Middlesbrough goalkeeper Sol Brynn agrees deal as Carrick plan revealed
Middlesbrough goalkeeper Sol Brynn has agreed a new deal at the Riverside Stadium, sources have told Football Insider.
The 22-year-old enjoyed an outstanding season on loan at Swindon Town this term and was named the club’s Player of the Season in their end-of-season awards.
Several clubs have been keeping tabs on Brynn‘s impressive performances on loan, but Middlesbrough have moved quickly to secure his long-term future with a new deal.
Football Insider revealed Boro’s plans to hold talks with the goalkeeper earlier this month (11 May).
Brynn’s existing deal was due to expire in 2024.
It is believed that Boro boss Michael Carrick will give him the chance to fight for a place in the side next season.
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Loanee Zack Steffen is set to return to Man City this summer after his temporary spell at the Riverside Stadium.
United States international Steffen kept 10 clean sheets across 45 appearances in all competitions in the 2022-23 campaign, conceding 56 goals.
Meanwhile, Brynn impressed in his own loan spell at Swindon – playing 90 minutes in each of their 46 League Two games in the 2022-23 campaign.
The Middlesbrough-born shot-stopper kept 13 clean sheets and conceded 65 goals across 49 appearances in all competitions.
Boro and manager Carrick will be keen to bolster their squad after missing out on promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs.
The Teesiders fell 1-0 on aggregate against Coventry in the semi-final stage – with the Sky Blues eventually beaten by Luton to a place in the top flight.
Backup goalkeeper Liam Roberts has another year to run on his Middlesbrough contract, while Luke Daniels’ deal is set to expire next month.
In other news, Norwich close in on deal for Scottish talent.