Arriving from Juventus back in 2016, last year was the first entire campaign Roberto Pereyra enjoyed in a Watford shirt.
The Argentinian midfielder suffered a season-ending knee injury just 13 games into his freshman year at Vicarage Road, but 2017-18 was very different.
Slowly but surely, the 27-year-old became an increasingly more important part of Javi Gracia’s team, ending the season with five goals and four assists in 34 appearances in all competitions.
However, if Gazzetta dello Sport are to be believed, this summer could see him return to Italy should Torino’s dreams come true.
The Italian newspaper explain the Serie A side have targeted the Watford versatile midfielder as their ideal transfer, with negotiations seemingly already underway.
We say that because Gazzetta write that the talks ‘will continue in a little bit’, hinting first contact has already been made between Torino and the Hornets.
Whether Javi Gracia would want his man to leave remains to be seen, and there’s also the small problem of how much he’d cost since Pereyra still has three years left on his Watford contract.
Add on top of that Premier League wages, and Torino’s dream could quickly turn into a nightmare.
We’ll be keeping an eye on this.