Watford star Matej Vydra’s agent assured “we will find the solution that is best for Udinese and the boy.”
The 21-year-old striker has been a sensation in the Championship this season and took them into the promotion play-off final at Wembley.
Although still owned by Udinese and on loan at Watford, there are reports of big clubs making offers for the Czech hitman.
“So far he has scored 22 goals and was voted the best player in the Championship,” agent Ondrej Chovanec told Tuttoudinese.it.
“He showed what he can do and is a great player. He is still under contract with Udinese for another two years.
“He arrived in Udine aged 18 and improved a great deal. Francesco Guidolin really helped him in his growth, while he also worked well with Antonio Di Natale and Alexis Sanchez.
“I have an excellent rapport with the Pozzo family. We met in March and agreed to make any decision after the end of the season.
“We need to find a solution that is best for the club and the boy. Both Udinese and Watford are doing very well, so we’ll see.”
It is likely Vydra will be recalled to Udinese for next season, as they are heading into the Europa League. Both Watford and Udinese are owned by the Pozzo family.
With Di Natale turning 36 in October, the Friulani are also eager to groom a suitable replacement for when their captain retires.
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