By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
English Premier outfit Watford have manifested an interest in signing Ghanaian left-back Kwadwo Asamoah. The 31-year-old native of Accra is also a target of Turkish Super Lig side Fenerbahçe.
Italian media outlet FcInterNews reports that Watford are now keen on the former Udinese full back.
Watford is owned by the Pozzo family who also own Udinese, a team Asamoah played for from 2008 to 2012, making 114 league appearances, scoring 8 goals before moving to Juventus.
The Ghanaian has struggled for game time this season as a result of injuries, but Watford consider him to be player of quality and huge experience.
He won six Italian league titles and four Italian Cups with Juventus during his six-year spell stay with the Turin based club.
The prospect of playing in the English top flight might make him chose Watford over Fenerbahçe who are keen on landing him and are willing to pay him €3 million per season in a-two-year deal.
It is unlikely that the Ghanaian will remain an Inter Milan player in the next campaign. He has made 40 league appearances for the Nerrazzuri since joining them in 2018 from Juventus.
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