Watford forward Obbi Oulare has reportedly emerged as a loan target for Standard Liege.
The Hornets signed the Belgian in 2015, but the 22-year-old has gone on to make just three appearances for the Premier League club in all competitions.
The past two seasons have been spent out on loan, and according to The Sun, the attacker is likely to spend a fourth spell away from Vicarage Road.
Liege are allegedly prepared to push through a loan deal with an option to buy, and the player is no stranger to manager Michel Preud'homme having worked with him at Club Brugge before joining Watford.
Oulare still has three years remaining on his contract, but there appears little possibility of a breakthrough being made at the Hertfordshire-based outfit.