Nigerian striker signs for Watford
Nigerian player, Isaac Success has signed a five-year-contract with Premier League side, Watford from La Liga club, Granada.
Success was impressive last season for Granada scoring six goals from in 40 La Liga appearances for the Spanish side.
He has been constantly linked with a move to Watford and reports that the striker has signed a five-year-contract with the Premier League club.
The 20-year-old striker confirmed the news by penning an emotional goodbye letter Granada.
“Today is a bittersweet day for me, because through this letter, I want to say goodbye to the best hobby that you can have, to my colleagues, all the workers in the club who have both supported me since I arrived in Granada, in addition to this city that has given me everything,” the Nigerian player said in the letter.
“Two years ago I came to this amazing city, with a dream. I chased that dream since childhood and was playing in my town. From Benin City, it looked so far to play in Europe, to be a star, one of the greats, but thanks to the in 2013 and I could begin to live it.”
“Heartfelt thanks to all who have been there, to all who have followed me. If you ever feel I have not given everything that was expected of me, but my intention has always been to give our best and beat me every day,” he added.
“Now I begin another professional stage, which would not have been possible without my learning and development in Granada.
“So, I leave thanking and saying this is not goodbye, it's a see you soon, because I hope that life throws my way again in this club that I owe so much.”
It is being reported that the Success will replace his compatriot Odion Ighalo at Watford although the club has just rejected a £37m deal for the Super Eagles striker from Chinese club, Shanghai SIPG.