'I Don't Know Who's Coming or Who's Leaving' - Aitor; BORO BOSS'S FRUSTRATING WEEKEND IN SEARCH OF RECRUITS

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'I Don't Know Who's Coming or Who's Leaving' - Aitor; BORO BOSS'S FRUSTRATING WEEKEND IN SEARCH OF RECRUITS


Byline: JONATHON TAYLOR jonathon.taylor@trinitymirror.com @JonathonTaylor1

AITOR Karanka insists his sole focus is on tomorrow's Premier League game against West Brom despite enduring a frustrating weekend in his search for attacking recruits.

Stoke City forward Bojan, one of Boro's targets this month, yesterday completed a loan move to Germany to join FSV Mainz, while Jese Rodriguez was closing on a switch to Las Palmas.

It means Aitor Karanka will have to turn his attention elsewhere in his bid to bolster the Boro attack before tomorrow night's deadline.

The head coach said he "does not know" the latest on incomings and potential outgoings when he was quizzed following Saturday's FA Cup success. Stewart Downing's second-half strike was enough to book Boro's place in the fifth round, beating League Two side Accrington Stanley, but Karanka was far from talkative in a short post-match press conference.

Despite there being less than 48 hours left of the January transfer window, Karanka claimed potential incomings are not on his mind - and refused to comment on any possible arrivals or departures.

The Spaniard also said he "does not want to know" anything on the transfer front until after the next game.

Asked for an update on Boro's pursuit of attacking players, Karanka said: "I don't know anything and I don't want to know anything.

"We have a game on Tuesday and I don't want to know anything about new players, players who may leave or players who could be coming.

"I've been speaking to the club, they know my priorities, so I don't want to know anything more as I have to be 100% focused on the game. …

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