Sofiane Boufal (C)
The Hornets are just one of the sides to have been linked with the former Angers man, who can operate in a number of attacking midfield and forward positions, with several other Premier League clubs among those reportedly keeping tabs on the player.
But new manager Walter Mazzarri's side seem to have been the first outfit to make a bid for Boufal, opening up proceedings with what Sky Sports claim is a £6.7 million offer.
This report goes on to suggest that this has not impressed the Ligue 1 club, who value their star at more than double that amount, with a figure of £16.8 million what they are looking for.
The player is reportedly open to moving to Watford.
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Boufal scored 12 goals in 35 matches last season, mainly operating from either wing, is a supremely skilful individual who would certainly light up Vicarage Road if he was to make the move to North London.
For that to happen though, it is clear that there is going to have to be some development in proceedings, with Watford likely having to return with a much more convincing offer for the Lille man.