Watford's Nigerian Striker Arrives For Medical At Italian Club UdinesePublished: January 07, 2019
Stefano Okaka is poised to depart Premier League side Watford, having arrived in Udine ahead of a medical with Udinese.
Tuttomercatoweb.com says that the striker is expected to undergo a routine medical with The Bianconeri Friuliani between today and Tuesday, January 8.
Okaka is expected to put pen to paper on a six-month loan deal, with an option to purchase at the end of the season inserted into the agreement.
Both Udinese and Watford are owned by the Pozzo family and they had invested in Granada before it was sold to Chinese businessman, Jiang Lizhang.
Okaka previously had spells at Italian clubs Roma, Modena, Brescia, Bari, Parma, Spezia and Sampdoria.
The Italian-born striker is not capped-tied to the 2006 world champions as his four caps were earned in non-competitive matches.
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