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Varga decision expected soon

The agent of Jozsef Varga, a reported Middlesbrough and Watford target, hopes his future can be decided quickly.

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Jozsef Varga: Thought to be a target for Middlesbrough and Watford

Jozsef Varga: Thought to be a target for Middlesbrough and Watford

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Championship sides Middlesbrough and Watford are thought to be interested in signing the Hungary international midfielder, who finished last season on loan with Greuther Furth in the Bundesliga.

His agent, Vladan Filipovics, says clubs from other countries are looking at taking the holding midfielder from Debrecen, England is the 'primary destination' for his client.

"There are more possibilities from more countries. But at the moment England is the primary destination," Filipovics told Nemzeti Sport.

"It's true that he's contracted to Debrecen but this can't be a problem if the two clubs can agree.

"I hope that his future will be decided within a short time, maybe we can finalise his club change this week.

"It would be also important for the player to start the pre-season at his new club as it could help him to adapt faster."

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