Reading are ready to test the resolve of Watford this weekend with an official approach for manager Brendan Rodgers on the cards.
Midfielder John-Joe O'Toole has returned to Watford after his loan spell at Sheffield United came to an end.
Southampton boss Mark Wotte has admitted that potential Watford target Grzgorz Rasiak is likely to leave St Mary's this summer.
Preston boss Alan Irvine has admitted he would like to make Lee Williamson's loan move at Deepdale permanent.
Watford boss Brendan Rodgers has denied he is in line to take over at Reading and remains firmly focused on his job at Watford.
Watford are reported to be showing an interest in Charlton midfielder Nicky Bailey, with a view to a summer swoop.
Watford are one of several clubs being linked with a summer swoop for Celta Viga's Algerian international striker Kamel Ghilas.
Striker Steve Kabba has been backed by boss Brendan Rodgers to find a new club after being shown the exit door at Watford.
Sean Dyce has revealed his delight after highly-rated striker Lewis Young signed a one-year contract extension at Watford.
Watford chairman Jimmy Russo has played down suggestions boss Brendan Rodgers is set to replace Steve Coppell at Reading.
Defender Adrian Mariappa is aiming to help push Watford up the Championship table even further next season after signing a new deal.
Watford striker Theo Robinson has opened the door for a move to Southend if he does not have a future at Vicarage Road.
Academy graduates defender Dale Bennett and striker Liam Henderson have both signed new one-year deals with Watford.
Nathan Ellington is expected to leave Watford after returning from Derby where he has been on a season-long loan deal.
Watford goalkeeper Richard Lee has signed a new contract with the club to stay at Vicarage Road for another season.
Hornets boss Brendan Rodgers is to be reunited with his ex-Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho as he steps up his search for foreign talent.
Brendan Rodgers says Adrian Mariappa can improve under him at Watford after he signed a new two-year deal at Vicarage Road.
Watford boss Brendan Rodgers is determined to make a push for the play-offs next season after keeping the Hornets up.
Watford will be without midfielder Ross Jenkins for the final-day clash against Derby because of his shoulder injury.
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