Troy Deeney set to leave Watford as he tries to stay in Premier League

Troy Deeney set to leave Watford this summer with relegated side willing to let him go as he tries to remain in the Premier League next season

  • Watford will not stand in Troy Deeney’s way if he wants to leave this summer
  • Deeney sees himself as a Premier League player and wants a top-flight move
  • Deeney has been at Vicarage Road for 10 years after joining from Walsall in 2010 

Watford will not stand in Troy Deeney’s way – with the long-serving striker set to leave the relegated club.

Sources have disclosed that the Hornets do not wish to lose the 32-year-old but are now willing to listen to offers.

Deeney sees himself as a Premier League player and, despite attempts to keep him at Vicarage Road, Watford have now reluctantly accepted that he is likely to depart.

Watford will not stand in Troy Deeney’s way as he chases a move to a Premier League club

Insiders say that the club will not block a move for their captain should they receive an offer they feel meets his value.

One option could be a season-long loan deal, with Deeney returning to Watford should they achieve promotion at the first attempt.

Birmingham-born Deeney has been at Vicarage Road for a decade after joining from Walsall in 2010.

Deeney has been at Vicarage Road for a decade after joining from Walsall back in 2010

Last week he declared that he still sees himself as a Premier League striker. During an injury-ravaged campaign he scored 10 goals and is now back to full fitness.

Deeney recently made his debut on talkSPORT and is understood to have signed a lucrative deal with the broadcaster.

The high profile that remaining in the top flight brings may well be attractive as he considers his future.




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