Boss hoping for no Boro sales
Middlesbrough manager Tony Mowbray says there is no pressure on him to sell any of his leading players this summer.
The Teessiders have admitted that they need to reduce the wage bill at The Riverside, with Marvin Emnes one player continually linked with a summer move, although Swansea have denied they have made a renewed approach. Mowbray, however, insists that having limited funds does not necessarily mean there will be a need to compromise the quality of his squad. "Why would we want to sell a player like Marvin?" Mowbray told the Evening Gazette. "We're in a position now where we don't have to sell players to balance the books. "I'm trying to build a team that will take us into the Premier League and Marvin is key to what we are trying to do, he signed a new contract last summer and was our top scorer last season."