Championship duo chase Â£3m Middlesbrough man - reports
Two Championship clubs are thought to be interested in Middlesbrough winger Marvin Johnson.
The Daily Mail have claimed that Ipswich Town and Hull City are both keen on signing the wideman this summer.
Johnson only moved to Teesside last summer from Oxford United, signing a three-year deal after Middlesbrough spent a fee believed to be in the region of £3million.
READ: 5 memorable Middlesbrough opening day fixturesBut he found himself out of favour under Tony Pulis, playing just eight minutes of football after the Boro boss took charge.
Now deemed surplus to requirements, the Mail claim that Pulis is willing to let the 27-year-old leave on either a permanent or loan deal and is fully aware that the club may have to suffer a loss on this investment.
Ipswich and Hull are thought to be the front-runners for his signature, and are reportedly set to launch bids imminently.
Johnson was previously linked with a switch to Birmingham City, who are managed by former Middlesbrough boss Gary Monk.