Yeovil Town's on loan midfielder Alex Pattison has been told by his parent club that he will be released at the end of the 2018-19 season. Championship side Middlesbrough, who are currently occupying seventh slot in the second tier table, and therefore hopeful of grabbing a play-off spot by the end of the season, have announced decisions on the future of four of their players, with 21 year old Pattison one of those being shown the door.
The Darlington-born player has been on the books of Boro since the age of nine years old, and played two games for their Under-21 side in the EFL Trophy during the 2016-17 season. However, he never broke into their first team, and has instead had loan experience with York City and for the whole of the 2018-19 season with Yeovil Town. Pattison has confirmed his own departure via his Twitter account, saying:
"Would just like to thank everyone at Middlesbrough for the last 15 years I've spent there and some of memories and people I've met. Time to move onto to a new challenge next season, but for now the focus is the last big push these last four games at Yeovil."
Pattison has been let go at the same time as Kieran Charlton, Nathan Guru and Dan Ward, with Boro also announcing a number of professional deals from their Academy system for some of their latest teenage crop.
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