Reports from BBC Sport are claiming that Watford are on the verge of landing deals for Juventus’ Roberto Pereyra and Sunderland’s Younes Kaboul, with the pair set to undergo medicals on Friday.
The Hornets have reportedly agreed a £10.4m fee with the Italian champions to bring the former Udinese midfielder to the Premier League.
The 25-year-old has notched six goals and assisted five since his loan move to the Juventus Stadium in 2014 which was made permanent last summer for a fee of £11.9m
Thirty-year-old defender, Kaboul, makes his return to the capital having left Tottenham for the North East during last summer’s window.
The former Portsmouth man is well versed when it comes to English football, with 174 Premier League appearances under his belt and a League Cup title to his name.
The pair will the the fifth and sixth additions to Walter Mazzarri’s side this summer, following Isaac Success, Brice Dja Djedje, Jerome Sinclair and Christian Kabasele into Vicarage Road.