Udinese expect Vydra Premier League move

Sporting director Cristiano Giaretta confirms that the Czech forward wants to return to England after spending last season on loan with Watford, with West Brom reportedly keen
Udinese officials expect Matej Vydra to play Premier League football this season, according to sporting director Cristiano Giaretta.

The striker spent the duration of last term on loan to Championship outfit Watford and was part of the team who lost the play-off final to Crystal Palace.

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Premier League side West Brom are thought to be keen on securing a deal for the Czech Repbulic international and Udinese appear ready to sell the 21-year-old, who scored 22 goals in 44 Championship appearances for Watford.

"We know what the player wants, it is no surprise for us," Giaretta told The Messaggero Veneto.

"Vydra has expressed his desire to play in the Premier League and we agree with him.

"It is important that players have objectives and he is convinced he can do well there but the most important thing is that we are well covered in attack.

"We have Antonio Di Natale, Luis Muriel, Maicosuel, Piotr Zielinski and Nico Lopez. We'd have too many if Vydra was to stay too."