According to reliable Journalist Phil Hay, Middlesbrough and Sunderland are keeping tabs on Leeds United goalkeeper Rob Green after the Yorkshire club signed Felix Wiedwald.
Sunderland are undergoing a squad overhaul following their relegation from the Premier League last season and manager Simon Grayson will be looking to sign a new experienced goalkeeper to fill in the number one spot at the club after Jordan Pickford left the club to join Everton.
Middlesbrough similarly need new custodians after losing their top two goalkeepers following relegation. Garry Monk, who managed the Whites last season, is the new manager at Boro and this could aid the club in signing the player.
The arrival of former Werder Bremen goalkeeper Wieldwald to Leeds could potentially mean that Green may have to play a back-up role next season. The veteran may look for a new challenge in order to end his career on a high rather than on the bench.