The Leeds United man has been linked with Middlesbrough.
The 23-year-old is expected to leave Leeds this summer on a Bosman after rejecting a new contract to remain at Elland Road.
The writing has been on the wall for some time after the talented left-back refused to play the Whites' last game of the Championship season.
A number of Premier League clubs have been linked with the soon-to-be free agent but Middlesbrough, it seems, are the latest club credited with an interest.
Middlesbrough boss Garry Monk - then at Leeds - publicly criticised the defender following his no-show against Wigan last month.
And, as a result, Boro fans are struggling to believe that Taylor would join the 38-year-old at The Riverside this summer - though some would love him on Teeside next term.
He downed tools at Leeds, surely we've had enough of players like this, who when the going gets tough decides they can't be arsed.— Michael Gair (@MichaelTG91) June 18, 2017
The lad who refused to play for him? Yeah right— • (@UTB76) June 18, 2017
After he criticised Taylor last season for refusing to play, I can see Charlie leaping to sign for him......— A B (@Jap_Si_24) June 18, 2017
If we can get Charlie Taylor at Boro, I'd snap him up!— Bully (@13Bully) June 18, 2017
Yeah because he'd go to be managed by someone that hung him out to dry.— Stephen Foster (@stephenfoster81) June 18, 2017
They are right. It does seem unlikely that Taylor would be willing to reunite with Monk at Middlesbrough, especially when there is a good chance that he will get a Premier League move this summer.
Taylor has been involved in Leeds' senior set-up for the past six years, making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2011.