Signed by Javi Gracia and Watford last summer from Espanyol for £1.8m, Marc Navarro never managed to convince the Spanish manager he deserved anything more than to be a back up to both Kiko Femenia and Daryl Janmaat.

At 23 years of age, the right-back has plenty of time to sort out his career, and there’s a good chance he could end up finding himself a new club in the coming months, as game time seems hard to come by at Vicarage Road.

According to Marca, Leganes in La Liga have come back to the fore to sign Navarro, having already made an attempt in January only to be blocked by the fact they couldn’t get rid of Deportivo La Coruña loanee Juanfran.

As things stand, with the aforementioned defender and Allan Nyom both leaving in June, the Spanish side find themselves without a right-back, and all that’s standing between them and the Watford player is the Hornets’ demands.

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Leganes want to fully transfer Navarro from Vicarage Road, but could make do with a loan if needs be.

However, other clubs in Europe are also said to be after the Watford man, who has four years left on his deal with the Hornets.