Hull's Kamil Grosicki is a reported target for Boro on deadline day.
Here are seven potential deals which could go though in the final hours of the January transfer window ahead of tonight's 11pm deadline.
Boros record signing has been linked with several Championship clubs after falling down the pecking order at the Riverside. Due to his previous transfer fee, it is unlikely hell leave on a permanent deal. A loan deal may be possible though.
Reports emerged last night that Boro were ready to test Hulls resistance for the Poland international.The 30-year-old winger has scored 4 goals in 22 appearances for Hull this season and could be the winger Pulis craves.
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The towering striker has struggled with injuries ever since Pulis took charge at the Riverside. Reports emerged yesterday that Millwall are tracking the 30-year-old frontman and are keen to take the striker on loan.
Pulis has continuously stressed he is looking to add pace and width to his squad and Murphy fits the bill. West Brom appear to be leading the race to sign the 23-year-old but Boro havent given up hope.
Barnsley have made a permanent bid for the Boro youngster who is currently on loan at Bradford. The Tykes have reportedly bid 200,000, plus add-ons, for the 21-year-old who has netted four goals in his last 11 games.
Boro were said to be weighing up a move for the Birmingham forward, who is valued at 2m by the Blues.The 25-year-old has just returned following a serious anterior cruciate injury which may make potential buyers wary.
Probably an ambitious one, but Pulis is desperate to bolster his attacking options and few are as prolific as Brentford striker. Maupay has scored 16 goals in the Championship this term but reports suggest the Bees want at least 10m for him.