In the past couple of weeks Wolverhampton Wanderers and West Ham United have been linked with Fenerbahce midfielder Josef de Souza.
The Brazilian has just 12 months left on his contract with the Turkish side and it now seems fellow Premier League side Watford are showing an interest.
Sporx report Watford are monitoring the situation with Souza, along with Wolves and West Ham. It’s claimed all three Premier League teams are prepared to offer €12m for the central midfielder, and his future will become clearer after yesterday’s Fenerbahce presidential elections.
According to Sporx, if Aziz Yildirim remained the president of the Yellow Canaries then efforts would have been made to offer Souza a contract extension.
However, Yildirim was defeated by Ali Koc, which could throw doubts over whether the South American will be offered a new deal.
Fenerbahce purchased Souza for €8m, but they could make a good profit if Wolves, West Ham and Watford are prepared to offer the reported €12m.