Reports from the Gazette is that Middlesbrough are preparing a second bid for Huddersfield Town Player of the year Adam Clayton.
Earlier on in the week it was reported that a first bid in the region of £1m was rejected by Town.
The initial bid from Boro some believe was to test how highly Town rate Clayton as a straight up money offer rather than have a player included part exchange that some have rumoured.
The players in question that have been mentioned are midfielder Jacob Butterfield & striker Kei Kamara as Boro boss Aitor Karanka looks to freshen up his side.
Town are attempting to draw the talented 25-year-old in, extending his stay as he only has 12 months remaining on his current contract.
The new figure that Boro are trying to tempt Huddersfield with is believed to be in the region of £1.5m. Now only time will tell if Huddersfield can hold there nerve and or risk losing there star man.
Former Manchester City man Clayton joined Town back in 2012 from Leeds United for a figure believed to be that of £350,000, from then on he has made 94 appearances for the club scoring 12 goals.
Back in January the Terriers also rejected a offer from Brighton which was a similar figure to that of Boro’s last offer. The box-to-box midfielder has been fast-improving over the last two seasons bagging himself the fans player of the year award.