Things seem to be pretty uncertain at Watford for next season. After sacking Walter Mazzarri, the club still need to work on their plans for the summer transfer window, and that includes incomings and outgoings.

One of the men in question is M’Baye Niang. Loaned from AC Milan until the end of the season, the striker didn’t score enough goals to make his permanent transfer an obligation, but according to reports from Calcio Mercato today, the Hornets are ‘seriously considering’ paying the €18m fee that was previously agreed.

The problem is that Niang has still not decided whether he wants to remain at the club or not. He’s expected to speak to the board before the end of the month and then tell everyone his decision.

The player is said to be attracting the interest from Italian and English sides, and that’s a factor he must analyse.

Meanwhile, Watford and Milan will have to wait.