Middlesbrough have signed James Husband from Doncaster Rovers,  reports the club’s official website. 

Full-back Husband signs for an undisclosed fee while striker Curtis Main heads to the Keepmoat as part of the deal.

The 20-year-old defender,  a product of the Leeds United youth academy,  signs a four-year deal at the Riverside after four years at Doncaster where he made 73 appearances for the club, including 30 last season in the Championship.

‘Boro manager Aitor Karanka said he was delighted with the deal. 

“He is a young player we believe has a very good future in the game. 

“He’s a good footballer and has all the things we look for in a young player. We wish him every success here at Boro.” 

Curtis Main leaves ‘Boro after joining from Darlington in 2011, he scored six goals in 56 appearances at the Riverside and signs a three-year deal with Doncaster.

 

 


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