The English Premier League club of Watford have reportedly completed the agreement with Burdeaux to sign Nigerian star player Samuel Kalu. Though its not clear how much Watford have paid for the initial fee. However, it estimated that the fainal fee will be €500k plus bonus.
The contract has already been completed successfully and official announcement is expected very soon. Samuel Kalu will be a very great addition to the Watford side, which is currently fighting to stay out of the relegation zone, under the management of Claudio Ranieri.
The club been performing poorly recently, as it struggles to achieve good results and climb higher in the Premier League table, despite sacking their former coach and appointing Ranieri to take care of the club.
Samuel Kalu will be the first signing for Watford in the January transfer window, and now the club will be looking forward to sign more players before the end of the summer.
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