Anfernee Dijksteel has completed his move from Charlton to Middlesbrough.

The 22-year-old signed for the Riverside outfit after Charlton accepted an improved third bid believed to be around £2million ,with a sell-on clause.

Dijksteel agreeing personal terms on a three year deal on Monday before completing his medical on Tuesday.

“It was a tough decision for us but it is a good deal for the club,” Addicks boss Lee Bowyer told CAFC.

“Letting Anfernee go was a decision made by the footballing staff.

“Our focus remains on bringing in players that improve us ahead of the transfer deadline on Thursday.

“We wish Anfernee the best, except when he plays against us of course.”

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The Dutchman graduated from the Addicks Academy and went on to make 41 league appearances for Charlton, featuring most recently in their 2-1 opening day win over Blackburn on Saturday.

“I want to thank all current and former staff at Charlton Athletic, as they have helped me develop into the player I am today,” he said.

“I would also like to say a massive and sincere thank you to the fans of Charlton Athletic. “Thanks for your support, for travelling with the team all over the country. You will always have a special place in my heart.”

It is unknown whether Addicks boss Lee Bowyer will look to replace the right-back with just 48 hours left before the transfer window closes.


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