Watford manager,
Quique Sanchez Flores, has
confirmed that Watford is
interested in luring Granada
forward Isaac Success to the
A number of recent reports
have suggested the Nigerian
forward as a replacement
for Odion Ighalo who may
be sold in the summer.
Success who has scored
four La Liga goals this
season was reported to be a
£9million target for Spartak
Moscow in January but the
Russian Premier League
side were unable to secure
a deal.
Flores has admitted that
the 20-year-old is on their
radar and insists he is
well-suited to the English
Premier League.
“We have been checking
players for a long time
because it’s necessary if
we want to be right at the
moment to select a player,”
Flores was quoted by the
Daily Mail.
“Success is a very good
player, he has power, he has
the physical characteristics
to play in England, but he’s
younger and we need to
think about the future of
this player, or if we have the
possibility of this player in
the future.”
When asked about the fear
of losing Ighalo, he added: ‘I
don’t want to think like this,
I am a really positive person.
“I understand everyone
is talking about the future
of some players in Watford
but for me it’s necessary, to
keep calm and to trust the
players, that you do this in
“But football is football,
sometimes the players need
to go to other places,” he

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