Karl Robinson still does not know when Charlton owner Roland Duchatelet will sell-up.

Addicks director Richard Murray recently met with staff and confirmed a takeover should be completed this month.

Duchatelet’s desire to sell affected Charlton’s transfer plans in January, which restricted Robinson to loan deals.

A takeover midway through the season could derail the Addicks’ promotion push, and when asked whether he’d like it concluded at the end of the season instead, Robinson said: “What will be, will be. I’ve been quite clear on it.

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“The owner has said it’s for sale and I don't think that’s changed. I wasn't in the meeting the other day but I have regular contact with Richard, as you know I don't have tremendous contact with the owner, apart from yesterday when we spoke about players.

“We all know things are happening in some way. I don't know to what extent. If it’s February it’s February, if it’s March it’s March, if it’s the summer it’s the summer.

“I know what the external view on that is, but hopefully people appreciate I’ve got to look after my players here.

“While that [takeover talks] can go on around me, I have to keep my head above water. That’s where we’re at.

“Hopefully with the players, staff and fans, we can have one goal - and that is to be successful this year. All I care about is football.”

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