The Nigerian has seen his form dropped massively and thus, has been relegated to Walter Mazzarri’s bench. And despite previous offers from China, the 27-year-old has made it clear he wants to maintain top level football.
West Brom, who recently cashed £12million from the sale of Saido Berahino to Stoke City, have since approached the Hornets to take the former Udinese striker off their books in a bid to fill the void left by the England youth international.
The Vicarage Road outfit also look set to begin life without the Nigeria international with a £2.3million deal for Argentine striker, Mauro Zarate reportedly agreed with Fiorentina.
But Pulis stated that the move might not take place with Watford demanding too much from the forward’s - who has just two English Premier League this season - move to the Baggies.
"I think Watford want too much [for Ighalo] so I don't think we'll be in that one," Pulis told Express and Star.