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Varga wants Boro stay

Hungary international Jozsef Varga wants to return Middlesbrough and hopes a deal will soon be concluded.

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Jozsef Varga: Hoping to return to Middlesbrough

Jozsef Varga: Hoping to return to Middlesbrough

The 25-year-old joined Boro last summer on a season-long loan from Debrecen.

Despite being signed by Tony Mowbray, Varga was utilised heavily by new boss Aitor Karanka, who played him at right-back for much of the campaign.

Karanka has confirmed he would like Varga to stay and the player admits he hopes to be back on Teesside next season after making a good impression.

"I'd like to stay at Middlesbrough," he told Nemzeti Sport.

"When I left the English club many people said they would like me to go back. I hope we'll meet again.

"I can't say any details except that my future may be decided within a week."

Debrecen previously stated that Boro had until May 20 to take up their option on Varga.

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