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Dennis Set For Watford Return

Dennis Set For Watford Return

Watford have agreed to bring Nigerian forward Emmanuel Dennis back to the club on loan.

This is according to Italian journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

Watford are 9th in the Championship table on 40 points.

The Hornets sit outside a play-off place by just three points and goal difference, putting them in a healthy position in the race for the top-six.

Now, it is said that the Hornets could be set for a reunion with former forward Dennis who currently plays for Turkish club Istanbul Basaksehir.

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Writing on X, Romano says in his tweet that Watford have agreed to bring back Dennis from Premier League side Nottingham Forest.

He will join after spending a stint on loan in Turkey with Istanbul Basaksehir, taking a 70% pay cut to return to Vicarage Road.

Ahead of the proposed move, a medical has been booked for today (Tuesday).

Watford brought Dennis in from Belgium side Club Brugge in July 2021 and he scored 10 goals and registered six assists in 67 games for the club.

After a year he moved to Nottingham Forest in August 2022 but his time at the City Ground has seen him feature just 25 times, scoring two goals and adding three assists.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Tristan 5 months ago

    We should dash Dennis to Ghana in exchange for Kudus!

    • MONKEY POST 5 months ago

      Kai no be lie kudus is good o judging by form if ghana were still in the tournament and if it’s legal I don’t mind exchanging osimhen for kudus

      Thats my own two kobo.

      If una like make una come for my head I no fear una

  • Obaiy 5 months ago

    Useless player that creates bad blood in the dressing room

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