Middlesbrough have won the race to sign 18-year-old winger Jeremy Sivi after a successful trial period at the club. 

Sivi has been training at Rockliffe Park towards the back end of Boro's Championship season and has featured in the Under 23's side. 

The club say they've fought off competition from clubs around Europe to capture the services of the former Leyton Orient winger, who has also played for Harlow Town.

It's the 6th youth signing of the summer for Boro as Neil Warnock and the coaching staff look to reshape their first team and youth squads ahead of next season.

Goalkeeper Joe Lumley is Boro's only signing of the summer so far who will link up with the squad on Teesside once his contract at Queens Park Rangers comes to an end. 

Sivi joins Cain Sykes, Max Metcalfe, Isiah Cornet, Jack Robinson and Josh Wells in signing professional deals for the club since the end of the season. 

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