A Moroccan youth international, the 22-year-old netted 12 goals in 32 Eredivisie games during the 2014/15 season, playing from a wide attacking position. He has come to be known for his goalscoring exploits, and although he is not much of a creator, his attacking talents are impressive.
The original report claimed that Watford were looking at moving for him, and now they have been handed a boost in the race to sign him.
Tighadouini was originally waiting upon an offer from one of the top five clubs in the Netherlands before deciding on his future, although as no offer has come to him, he is looking for a move abroad.
NAC Breda are looking to let him leave due to the financial benefits of his sale, and the report states that the club are looking for a value of just over €1 million, which equates to roughly £750,000.
There are no indications as to whether Watford will follow up their interest and formalise a concrete offer for the talented winger, but right now they look a good option to sign him.
It is also stated that the youngster is on the radar of clubs from the Middle East and Spain, but as of yet no offers have been submitted for his services.