Even if he was used 17 times in the Premier League last season, during which he scored one goal and assisted another two, there was little space for Ken Sema at Watford for the 2019-20 campaign.

In true Pozzo fashion, a loan move to Udinese was swiftly arranged, where the Swede has shown why the English club lumped on him in the first place.

While the stats aren’t the most impressive (two goals in 20 appearances), Sema’s performances have been good enough to attract the attention of a number of other clubs.

This is what Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting on Thursday, claiming there are ‘many sides following him’, including the ‘greats of Serie A’.

The clubs aren’t named per se, but the description leaves little to the imagination.

For Udinese, ‘they’ll be able to enjoy him until the end of May’, at which point he will return to Watford where, most likely, people will come knocking for his services.

It will then be up to the Pozzo family, and Nigel Pearson (or whoever is manager at that time), to decide whether they want to cash in or keep him at Vicarage Road for next season.