Kei Kamara on way to Boro?

KANSAS CITY striker Kei Kamara is en route to England in the hope of sealing a deadline day move to Middlesbrough.

Kamara, who had a loan spell at Norwich city last season, has emerged as one of Boro's attacking targets over the last few days.

The 29-year-old is believed to have been given permission by Kansas to travel to the UK even though a deal between the two clubs has not been finalised.

Kamara never really succeeded in spells at Columbus, San Jose and Houston but he was the Wizards' leading scorer in the last three seasons.

Middlesbrough have turned to Kamara - as well as trying other attacking avenues such as Luciano Becchio - since missing out on Ross McCormack and Tokelo Rantie.

Middlesbrough manager Tony Mowbray is desperate to land three new players before the transfer deadline at 11pm. A striker, though, is his highest priority.

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10:45am Mon 2 Sep 13

Dukes says...

he did nothing at Norwich can we do more better i ask.
he did nothing at Norwich can we do more better i ask. Dukes

12:58pm Mon 2 Sep 13

smlygry says...

This lad cant be a striker surely, 223 appearances with a 69 goal return in a very poor league, what is the point in signing him, he will not solve the Boro's obvious goal scoring problem. Get Matty Fryatt and Behio on loan.
This lad cant be a striker surely, 223 appearances with a 69 goal return in a very poor league, what is the point in signing him, he will not solve the Boro's obvious goal scoring problem. Get Matty Fryatt and Behio on loan. smlygry

2:24pm Mon 2 Sep 13

drimmey says...

"The 29-year-old is believed to have been given permission by Kansas to travel to the UK even though a deal between the two clubs has not been finalised."

As far as I know, he as allowed to travel because he has to stop in the UK to connect to his flight to Sierra Leone for international duty.....
"The 29-year-old is believed to have been given permission by Kansas to travel to the UK even though a deal between the two clubs has not been finalised." As far as I know, he as allowed to travel because he has to stop in the UK to connect to his flight to Sierra Leone for international duty..... drimmey

11:06pm Mon 2 Sep 13

Don Hughes says...

If **** and promises of new signings were money, Middlesbrough F.C. would be the richest football club in the world.
If **** and promises of new signings were money, Middlesbrough F.C. would be the richest football club in the world. Don Hughes

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