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Udinese – who finished 12th in the Italian top flight this past season – are owned by the Pozzo Family, just like the Hornets are, and their connection has seen players move between clubs in years gone by.
They are said to have targeted the 24-year old Nigerian international, who scored 10 points in 33 appearances for Watford during his debut Premier League campaign from 2021-22.
Following the Hertfordshire club’s relegation to the Championship though, Dennis is set to depart Vicarage Road, but not before they make a handsome profit on the £3.5 million they paid Club Brugge for his services last summer.
Watford are thought to want between £20 million and £25 million for Dennis, per The AthleticWith West HamFulham and Southampton known to be interested suitors – the Hammers are believed to be willing to offer an initial £18 million fee.
Udinese will join the race with them, though it has already been reportedDennis would prefer a move from the Premier League to play in the 2022-23 seasons.
Although Dennis has been seen moving between Udinese and Watford before, it seems unlikely that he will be heading to the Italian side.
Whilst both clubs have the same ownership, which should in theory make a a deal uncomplicated, the Pozzo’s could make a lot more money by selling Dennis to another club.
Premier League interest is rife in the versatile forward, and it’s no surprise considering his form last season.
Udinese’s interest is probably a non-starter to be honest – it would be a major shock if he’s lining up in their colours at the start of the 2022-23 season.