Ahead of yet another summer of change, the Watford fans in the Transfer Tavern are ready to get excited all over again.
Indeed, with Marco Silva at the helm, the Hornets are buzzing for next season already and a story from the Sun recently has suggested they could be in for a big transfer fee to help smooth the summer along.
Indeed, Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua are reportedly keen on a potential move for Vicarage Road ace Stefan Okaka this summer in a potential £12m deal. While that reported figure may not seem like much in the current marketplace, the Italian forward largely operated on the periphery of the first-team last term.
Though Silva is understood to want to cast keen eyes over the 27-year-old upon his return to pre-season training, though the notion of selling him for a relatively big fee could prove too tempting. Having already sold Odion Ighalo for huge money, many of the Hornets in the bar are eager to see the club cash in.
The former Hull City boss will undoubtedly have his own targets in mind and Okaka’s potential sale may fund moves for them over the next few weeks.