Moving to Watford back in 2015, Obbi Oularé never managed to break through at Vicarage Road, managing just three appearances for the Hornets during his time there.
Only one of those was a start, back in 2016 in the FA Cup against Newcastle United, with the other two being two and three minutes cameos against Leicester and Swansea respectively in the Premier League.
After that, loans were sorted out, and the now 24-year-old played for Zulte Waregem, Willem II and Royal Antwerp before being sent to Standard Liège for the 2018-19 season, which then became a permanent transfer last summer when the Belgian club agreed to spend €3.4m on the striker.
However, they have yet to pay that money.
Don’t worry, it’s not because they’re being dodgy, but DH in Belgium explain the teams reached an agreement, probably because of the player’s past injury issues, that Standard Liège would only cough up the cash once Oularé had played 750 minutes.
Following Saturday’s game against Antwerp, the forward has now played 714 minutes, meaning he only needs to play another 36 minutes before Watford get their money.