Watford have accomplished the signing of Imran Louza from FC Nantes for an undisclosed price earlier than their return to the Premier League.
The midfielder has agreed a five-year deal with the Hornets after enjoying 58 instances for the Ligue 1 side within the last three seasons. Louza scored seven goals in the course of the 2020-21 marketing campaign for Nantes and helped them preserve their top flight standing with an away win of their second chance sport against Toulouse.
He made his final look for his youth membership within the second leg on Sunday and will now swap Pays de la Loire for Watford.
Capable of play in quite a lot of positions, together with broad out or as a defensive midfielder, the left foot performs primarily in midfield.
Now aged 22, he was beforehand capped by France at under-20 and under-21 level.
That is the third signing Watford has made since they secured a right away return to the Premier League, with young defender Mattie Pollock and forward Kwadwo Baah becoming a member of from Grimsby and Rochdale last month.
Louza makes Watford’s pledge
The midfielder advised the membership’s web site what they will expect from him.
“I am very happy to join Watford,” he said. “The Premier League is a big competition. I can study and hold transferring forward.
“I used to be very happy with the time I spent with Nantes. It is the one membership I have been with.
“I took the decision that I need to continue to enhance and progress, so I am very happy to be right here in Watford to realize this.
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“I needed to find a new tradition, a new competition and a new alliance. I need to meet some new challenges.
“My ambitions first and foremost are to adapt, and then try to bring my private contact to a profitable team, and enhance the team.
“I’ve a big engine, good bodily talents and good approach. I base my football on my physique and approach, and will try to bring this to the team.
“I’ll give all the things I’ve, at each minute of each sport, to win the utmost variety of video games potential and to succeed in the best place I might.”
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