What more Watford summer signings could be in the works?
FootyOn experts look at four further potential Watford summer signings after a busy few days in the market.
Change is commonplace at Vicarage Road, both in the dugout and dressing room.
The Hornets’ owners have backed their latest head coach, though, and recently confirmed the signing of Brazilian winger Richarlison.
Watford have also followed up on that with the reported £18,500,000 capture of striker Andre Gray from relegation rivals Burnley.
They’ve also assembled an all-English midfield trio of Nathaniel Chalobah, Tom Cleverley and Will Hughes besides some Bosman additions.
There may be even more arrivals to come in Hertfordshire before the transfer window slams shut too, so Paddy Power go a best-price 8/1 the Hornets finish in the Premier League’s top 10.
With that in mind, here are four more possible Watford summer signings…
Norway’s right-sided player Elabdellaoui signed for Silva at Hull City on loan last winter.
While the Hornets have Daryl Janmaat and new boy Kiko Femenia competing for the right back berth, there may be a space further forward to fill.
Having worked together with Elabdellaoui at Olympiakos as well, Silva may seek to sign him for a third time.
It looks like the other side of the pitch may be more of a priority for Watford, though…
An attacking left back looks essential for the Hornets and Arsenal’s England international Gibbs may be ideal.
The signing of Sead Kolasinac by the Gunners means he has moved further down the Emriates’ pecking order.
Gibbs needs game time in a World Cup year not only to be in contention for a call-up, but to prove his fitness.
Injuries have held his career back, so Silva’s apparent interest in signing Gibbs would come with a risk.
It is difficult to say what role ex-England winger Lennon will play at Everton this season.
He has had personal problems off the field but, with Yannick Bolasie to come back from injury and youngsters to nurture, it may be small.
Ronald Koeman was happy to let fellow fringe player Cleverley leave Goodison Park, so may do likewise here.
Lennon spent several years with Spurs, so has settled in Greater London before, and a loan deal has been mooted.
As mentioned above, there is a need for a left back at Watford with only Greece international Jose Holebas a natural fit.
Liverpool outcast Moreno was discarded by Jurgen Klopp in favour of usual midfielder James Milner, so surely needs a move
The Hornets hierarchy have recognised this and reportedly made an enquiry into his availability.
If he holds any hope of adding to his three Spain caps, then it’s clear Moreno needs to leave Anfield.
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