Everton pair Yannick Bolasie and Mo Besic are closing in on moves to Middlesbrough. Bolasie and Besic are both surplus to requirements under Marco Silva at Goodison Park. They are both set to complete season-long loan moves to the Championship club. Boro boss Tony Pulis is unlikely ti stop there and is targeting Crystal Palace’s Jason Puncheon and Southampton defender Matt Targett. Besic spent the second half of last season on loan at the Riverside and was close to joining on a permanent basis earlier this month only for the deal to collapse at the 11th hour due to personal terms. Pulis expressed his frustrations that he was unable to land any of his transfer targets on deadline day but a deal for Besic, albeit a temporary one, has been revived and is expected to go through in time for the Bosnian to be available for Friday night’s home clash against West Brom. Bolasie is another player Pulis has been chasing throughout the summer. After initially holding out for a move to a Premier League club, Bolasie, who played for the Boro boss at Crystal Palace, is ready to commit himself to club’s promotion bid ahead of rivals Aston Villa, who also wanted him. It is understood Everton will pay a chunk of the pair’s respective £70,000 per week wages.