Date: 26th August 2015 at 1:07pm
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The Argus reports a ‘source close to the player’ has told them Brighton a keen on landing Czech striker Matej Vydra on loan from Watford, who could be willing to loan him out.

If Albion are to bring in Watford’s former West Brom man Vydra though we’ll have to compete with Premier League sides and clubs in Spain and Germany by all accounts?

Chris Hughton confirmed, quoted by the Argus, after the Walsall defeat on Tuesday he was ‘still hoping to do something incoming before the end of the window’ with it believed this something includes bringing in another two ‘attacking players.’

Vydra, more than proven in the Championship with his time at Watford with him scoring 16-goals in 41-matches last season to help the Hornets into the Premier league, hasn’t been getting too many chances at Vicarage Road in the early weeks of the season and this has cost him a place in the Czech Republic squad.

As a result the 23-year-old is keen to go out on loan, which Watford could allow but ‘no decision’ has been made yet.

However, offloading to a Premier League rival isn’t something they’re keen on so a move to the Amex Stadium in a temporary capacity could be on, if these claims are true, and the interest from La Liga and the Bundesliga can be fended off!

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