Watford are interested in a move for Boca Juniors full-back Frank Fabra but are yet to make a move for him.
That’s according to TyC Sports, who say the Argentine side will need a ‘good sale’ if they are to sell the 30-year-old.
The website reports that Watford are ‘following’ the Colombian full-back, with rumours ‘starting to circulate’ about a potential move.
At the moment, Boca are insistent that there has been no offer for the defender, and the player’s entourage are maintaining a similar line when asked about the situation.
They say there is ‘nothing concrete’ but confirm that Fabra is on Watford’s ‘radar’ as they are looking for a left-back and have a list of possibilities.
Those in charge at Boca are clear though, none of the club’s first-team players will be leaving unless it is in a permanent exit and for a ‘good offer’ at that.
That’s because the club would use any money from a sale to sign Franco Di Santo, who is the most likely to arrive if the club can sanction it.
It seems, then, Watford will have to make a tempting offer to Boca if they do want to bring Fabra to Vicarage Road.