According to Sky Sports Transfer Centre, Huddersfield midfielder Adam Clayton looks set to be out his way out of West Yorkshire.
With Brighton and Middlesbrough the reported clubs after him, a fee is yet to be agreed and a deal to be finalized. Yet it is looking increasingly likely the Clayton could well be leaving the Terriers.
The two clubs are believed to be in talks with Huddersfield and Clayton as both club and player will decide which move would be the better out of the two if a deal can be agreed.
Clayton joined Huddersfield in 2012 after leaving fierce rivals Leeds United. His time at Leeds saw him farmed out on loan to Peterborough United and Milton Keynes Dons in which he made a handful of appearances for the clubs on short-term loans. He saw himself make 45 appearances at the Elland Road outfit and scored 6 goals as well for Leeds.
The former Manchester City youth product has seen himself make 85 appearances for town in which he has added 11 goals to his career portfolio.
After a highly successful season, many clubs are circling for him like sharks but it is clearly apparent that Brighton and Boro’ lead the way.