Watford: Moussa Sissoko is closing on move to Nantes, Andre Gray has a deal with Aris Thessaloniki


Watford midfielder Moussa Sissoko is closing on a £1.8m move to Nantes, while former striker Andre Gray is poised for a move to Aris Thessaloniki as he has a deal in place with the Greek side after being released by the Hornets

  • Watford midfielder Moussa Sissoko is closing on a £1.8million move to Nantes
  • The 32-year-old only joined the relegated side from Tottenham last summer
  • Andre Gray is available on a free after being released by Watford this summer
  • The striker Gray now has a deal in place to join Greek side Aris Thessaloniki

Watford midfielder Moussa Sissoko is closing on a £1.8million move to Nantes, while former Watford striker Andre Gray has a deal in place with Greek side Aris Thessaloniki. 

The midfielder only joined the relegated side last summer after making the move to the Hornets from Tottenham.   

With a year still left on his contract in north London, Sissoko will return to France for the first time since 2013, when he left Toulouse to join Newcastle. 

Watford midfielder Moussa Sissoko is closing on a £1.8million move to Nantes

Sissoko made 38 appearances for Watford, scoring twice as the side limped to top-flight relegation. 

Gray is available on a free transfer this summer after being released by Watford when his contract expired.

Watford announced the exits of 27 players from Vicarage Road at the start of June following their relegation to the Championship, including Gray.

Andre Gray is available on a free transfer this summer after being released by Watford

Andre Gray is available on a free transfer this summer after being released by Watford

The Jamaica international spent five years at Watford where he scored 20 times and provided eight assists in 124 games across all competitions. 

He spent the 2021-22 season on loan at Queens Park Rangers where he racked up 10 goals in 30 appearances. 

Gray is now set to join the Greek side who will play in the Europa Conference League next season. 

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