Watford confirm £8m capture of French U21 international Imran Louza from Nantes after the 22-year old midfielder agrees five-year contract
- Watford have confirmed the signing of Louza in a deal worth around £8m
- The 22-year old scored seven goals in 35 appearances in Ligue 1 this season
- He is the club’s second signing following the arrival of Pollock from Grimsby
Watford have confirmed the signing of French U21 international Imran Louza from French side Nantes.
The 22-year old midfielder is understood to have agreed a five-year contract in a deal worth around £8million.
Louza scored seven goals in 35 appearances in Ligue 1 this season.
Imran Louza (right), 22, arrives at Vicarage Road on a five-year deal from Nantes.
He is a France Under-21 international after representing Morocco at youth level.
Watford also announced this week the signing of centre-back Mattie Pollock from Grimsby Town on a five-year contract for an initial fee of £250,000.
The club are also in talks to bring Ashley Young back to the club.
The 35-year-old is set to leave Inter Milan on a free transfer this summer.