Sdna.Gr report Olympiacos will not allow Mady Camara to join Watford this summer unless the Premier League side meets the player’s valuation.
According to Greek website, the Premier League club are ready to make an offer which will be worth close to €10m, but the Greek club value him in the region of €20m.
Recent reports in the Greece press said Watford were prepared to go up to €11m.
However, its claimed Olympiacos will not allow him to leave for less, under current circumstances, as they are only interested in discussing offers of €20m.
Considering his contract status, Olympiacos aren’t under pressure to sell Camara this summer as his current deal only expires in June 2022.
We recently covered reports from Greece that Watford see Camara as a potential successor to Abdoulaye Doucoure, who has been linked with a move away from the club.
Camara joined Olympiacos from Ajaccio on a free transfer last summer and quickly established himself as a key player under Pedro Martins.