Letting Harold Moukoudi return to Saint-Etienne after he failed to fully convince Neil Warnock at Riverside, Middlesbrough F.C. are looking for another young centre-back this summer.

Their net, clearly cast over France, has managed to identify a new one, this time in Paris, going by the name of Mbe Soh.

Contracted to Paris Saint-Germain, the 19-year-old is under contract at the Ligue 1 champions until 2021, and providing competition to Boro are Norwich City and a host of Spanish sides.

The newly relegated side will want to revamp their squad in order to try and return to England’s elite as soon as possible, and Daniel Farke could end up focusing on ambitious and enthusiastic youth to do so.

L’Equipe are the ones reporting this, claiming the centre-back is expected to leave Paris this summer, and a contract renewal has ‘few chances’ of being done.

Cadiz and Mallorca have come knocking to let their interest be known, while Norwich and Middlesbrough have done the same from England to ‘try and find the conditions allowing an exit’.

Said details aren’t given, but with no future at the Ligue 1 side and a contract expiring next year, the youngster probably won’t be that expensive all things considered.