Middlesbrough FC manager Tony Pulis has confirmed that the club has given 27-year-old Danish striker permission to leave Boro.
The match between the Derby County and Boro is to be broadcasted live on Sky Sports from 2:55.
Middlesbrough FC have announced the loan signing of Huddersfield Town midfielder on loan for the remainder of the season.
The Danish international, who confirmed that Boro tried signing him in the summer, is out of contract in July.
According to The Telegraph, Middlesbrough FC are willing to let 27-year-old Danish striker leave in the January transfer window.
If the deal goes through, Middlesbrough FC will see the arrival of former Sunderland striker Connor Wickham as a part of swap deal.
Reports claim that Boro are on the brink of landing Huddersfield Town midfielder on loan for the rest of the season.
Reports have further claimed that while Swansea would like to sign the striker on a permanent basis, a loan move looks more likely.
Ipswich Town, who currently sit bottom of the Championship, are looking to bolster their attack in January.
Middlesbrough FC manager Tony Pulis blasted the officials for “getting it wrong” for dismissing midfielder Mo Besic as Boro drew 1-1 at home to Blackburn on Saturday.