Watford are ready to listen to offers for Wednesday loanee midfielder Lewis McGugan.
The Watford Observer newspaper says it believes the two clubs have already agreed to extend the current loan deal until the end of January and that the Hornets have also informed Wednesday they will consider bids from clubs for a permanent deal when the transfer window opens in a fortnight’s time.
McGugan, 26, was a first teamer at Watford until the arrival of new manager Slavisa Jokanovic and he moved to Hillsborough on loan a month ago. He has been a regular in our starting line-up and has shown flashes of his ability, without so far hitting top form.
Stuart Gray is likely to be interested in making McGugan’s stay a permanent one but, if so. much would then revolve around the player’s wage demands and the fee wanted by Watford.