Ezri Konsa’s Charlton future remains uncertain on transfer deadline day.

The young defender has been linked with a move away from the Valley since last summer.

Arsenal, Brighton and Everton have watched Konsa in action this season.

And while Charlton are still yet to receive a bid for their prized asset, Karl Robinson and his staff know they're helpless to keeping him if a Premier League club makes a late move.

Robinson rubbished reports of an £8m fee being agreed between Charlton and Brighton for Konsa, but the Seagulls want cover for defensive duo Shane Duffy and Lewis Dunk.

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Any cash from a potential late Konsa sale is unlikely to be reinvested into the squad due to an unwillingness from wantaway owner Roland Duchatelet to spend any more money.

Charlton have signed Stephy Mavididi, Michal Zyro and Sullay Kaikai on loan deals this month, with the Addicks understood to be paying a fair chunk of the latter’s wages.

Samir Carruthers, who was left out of Sheffield United’s matchday squad against Aston Villa last night, and Preston striker Eoin Doyle remain long-term Charlton targets.

The January transfer window closes at 11pm tonight. 

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