Deeney’s seven-year stay at Vicarage Road has been thrown into doubt after clashing with Walter Mazzarri. The Hornets skipper demanded clear-the-air talks with his Italian boss after being axed for this month’s defeat at Tottenham. He was restored to the starting line-up for last Saturday’s 1-0 win over Swansea. But West Brom are keeping tabs with a view to a £20m summer swoop. Deeney aims to stay at Watford but says the Hertfordshire club will have the final say over his fate. He said: “Leicester, West Ham, Everton. I’ve been linked with everyone at some point. I’m used to it now. “I just leave it all to the club. If Watford want to keep me, then I’m happy to stay. “If they want to get rid of me, then we will shake hands like men and move on.” Mid-table Watford are safe but they can still play a huge role in the Champions League and title run-in.
Troy Deeney admits he could leave Watford: West Brom interested in £20m raid
Daily Star | Apr 20