Aitor Karanka could yet resolve his issues with Middlesbrough and remain in charge of the club, Sky Sports News HQ understands. Karanka did not travel for Boros 2-0 defeat against Charlton at The Valley on Sunday, with assistant manager Steve Agnew taking charge of the team instead.The Middlesbrough boss is thought to have stormed out of the clubs Rockcliffe Training Ground on Friday after telling his players he no longer wanted to be their manager. It is understood Karanka is now due to meet with the clubs hierarchy on Tuesday to discuss his future.Sky sources believe there is a will from both sides to address the situation positively rather than part ways. Highlights of Middlesbroughs 2-0 Championship defeat at Charlton on Sunday That could therefore see the Spaniard stay in his position after he had looked set to leave this week.If he does remain, Karanka will have to work quickly to repair his relationship with his squad in order to prevent Middlebroughs promotion challenge from faltering further.The 42-year-old is believed to have questioned the teams desire to reach the Premier League in a heated exchange following a 1-0 defeat to relegation-threatened Rotherham on Tuesday. Steve Agnew took Middlesbroughs team at Charlton in Karankas absence It is understood it was not the first time Karanka has had an altercation with his players this season, having already clashed with wingers Albert Adomah and Stewart Downing.Travelling Boro fans were vocal in their backing of Jose Mourinhos former Real Madrid assistant during the weekend defeat in London. 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