A report claims that Watford will look to bring in Leander Dendoncker and Zambo Anguissa on deadline day, having so far added just Gerard Deulofeu to their squad.
Watford are weighing up moves for Leander Dendoncker and Zambo Anguissa ahead of Wednesday night's transfer deadline, according to a report.
The Hornets, now under the management of Javi Gracia, have so far brought in winger Gerard Deulofeu on loan from Barcelona until the end of the season.
Gracia is hoping to add one or two more players to his squad by the end of the winter window, however, as Sky Sports News suggests that Dendoncker and Anguissa have both emerged as targets.
Anderlecht midfielder Dendoncker has already been touted with a string of Premier League clubs this month, including Manchester United, which has seen his valuation climb.
Cameroon international Anguissa plies his club trade for Marseille, meanwhile, featuring 23 times in Ligue 1 this season.
The same report also indicates that there could be some outgoing activity at Vicarage Road on deadline day, with Stefano Okaka being eyed by Championship side Fulham.
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