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Ryan Fredericks joins Middlesbrough on a season-long loan deal

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After the departure of Michael Dawson to Hull, another player has left Tottenham with Ryan Fredericks completing a season-long loan move to Championship side Middlesbrough.

21-year-old Fredericks is yet to play a league game for Spurs, and with Kyle Walker, Kyle Naughton and Eric Dier ahead of him in the pecking order, game time was highly unlikely to be available to him at White Hart Lane this season.

Chances limited 

Indeed, with American international DeAndre Yedlin joining next summer from Seattle Sounders, Fredericks chances of making the grade in North London look slim to say the least.

Born in Potters Bar, the right-back/midfielder has made fourth appearances in the Europa League for the Lilywhites, and it was on the back of an impressive cameo last season that Fredericks joined Millwall for his first proper taste of senior football after a disappointing spell at Brentford in 2012.

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'Boro form

Having signed a contract extension to 2016 in January, Fredericks will hope to improve Middlesbrough's form which has seen them win two and lose two in the league so far.

Fredericks could be in line to make his Riverside Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as Aitor Karanka's 'Boro entertain a Reading side struggling in the midst of a terrible injury crisis.

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