Watford join race to sign Kwadwo Asamoah Featured
27 Apr

Watford join race to sign Kwadwo Asamoah

Watford has reportedly 'join the fight to sign Inter Milan full-back Kwadwo Asamoah' who has fallen out of favour since Antonio Conte became manager
English Premier League club Watford have joined the fight to sign full-back Kwadwo Asamoah who has fallen out of favour at Inter Milan.
Nigel Pearson’s team could face a battle with Turkish side Fenerbahce for the 31-year-old Ghanaian whose contract runs up at the Nerazzurri in the summer of 2021.
Asamoah who made 32 appearances for the side last season, has fallen out of favour since Antonio Conte joined in May 2019, only featuring eight times this campaign
Now according to FCInterNews.it, he looks set to leave Italy this summer with Watford and Fenerbahce both reportedly interested.
The Turkish side would reportedly be willing to match Asamoah’s salary at Inter Milan over a two-year contract.
Meanwhile a move to Watford would see him once again join a club owned by the Pozzo family, who own Udinese where Asamoah made 134 appearances for between 2008 and 2012
After impressing at Udinese, Asamoah spent six seasons at Juventus, winning six consecutive Serie A titles.
He decided not to renew his contract at Juventus in 2008 and would join the Nerazzurri.
A move out of the Serie A would be the first time the Ghanaian has played professional club football outside of the league
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