Premier League outfit Watford have agreed a deal to sign Argentine midfielder Roberto Pereyra from Juventus, according to L’Equipe.
The attacking midfielder recently expressed his desire to leave the Bianconeri in search of first team football and he has now secured a move to English Premiership.
After Juventus accepted a €15 million offer from the Hornets, Pereyra is set to put pen to paper on a five-year deal worth €2 million per campaign.
It was at Udinese that the Argentine made a name for himself and with both the Zebrette and Watford owned by the Pozzo family, it is hardly surprising to see the midfielder heading for the Vicarage Road.
Pereyra has managed 6 goals and 5 assists in 68 competitive appearances for Juventus, which is a decent return for the player who rarely played full ninety minutes.
At the same time, Sunderland have announced that they have accepted Watford bid for Younes Kaboul, who is currently undergoing a medical ahead of joining the Hornets.