Malaga attacker Nordin Amrabat is reportedly close to joining Premier League side Watford.
The Turkish international, who has a buy-out clause in the region of £6m, joined Malaga on a permanent deal last summer after spending the 2014-15 campaign on loan with the Spanish club.
The 28-year-old is seemingly on the move once again, however, with Watford, according to The Mirror, the favourites for his signature.
"I want to clarify some things about Nordin Amrabat. I'm not and and [I] will not think of selling the player, but everyone must understand this," Malaga owner Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani told reporters.
"[He] told me 'this is my dream [leaving Malaga for the Premier League]!' I can't say to him 'you can't go'. We are human beings. I hope everyone knows that very well."
It is thought that the deal to take the attacker to London will be completed this weekend.