Granada of Spain striker, Isaac Success has moved a step closer to sealing a deal with Watford of England, following reports that he ag...
Granada of Spain striker, Isaac Success has moved a step closer to sealing a deal with Watford of England, following reports that he agreed to join the English Premier League club in a five-year deal.
This could put paid to similar intents by Atletico Madrid of Spain and West Ham United of England, who had both also been linked with were also linked with offers for the UAE 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup gold medallist.
Watford and Granada are both owned by the Italian family led by Gimpaolo Pozzo and his son Gino hence the deal can fast tracked.
At a point, it appeared as if his switch to England had been scuttled by doubts over fellow-Nigerian striker, Odion Jude Ighalo leaving Watford, but the latest angle to the story indicates that The Hornets have won the race in signing the in-demand lad.
Watford are said to have gained the edge after a ground breaking meeting which took place between the player’s agent and top hierarchy of the London-based English Premier League side.
The report by owngoalnigeria.com further reveals that Success’ agent, Alfredo Fernandez held talks with Watford, in which terms of the initial deal proposed for the 20-year-old all-action attacker were improved before an agreement was reached.
Subsequently, Success will be announced as a Watford player as early as next week, a big step up for the product of BJ Foundation of Benin City, who is comfortable as a top striker and can also play from the wings.