With all the hype surrounding his younger brother, Sofyan, it’s only normal that Nordin Amrabat feels a little left out.
Used a fair bit by Walter Mazzari last season at Watford, the 30-year-old forward failed to score a goal in 25 league starts, picking up just three assists as the Hornets finished 17th, six points above the relegation zone.
A product of the Ajax Amsterdam academy, Amrabat has been linked with a move away to La Liga, but according to Lions de L’Atlas in Morocco, the player wouldn’t be against a return to Holland in th near future.
The club that has apparently caught his eye is that of his brother, Feyenoord, who won the Eredivisie league title, pipping his former side Ajax by one point.
That’s all this is for now, with no reciprocated interest to talk about yet, but it could be an indicator of both Amrabat’s and Marco Silva’s intentions for next season as the former Hull City manager looks to mould the Hornets into a team challenging for the top half of the table, rather than coming close to relegation.