Watford allow Danny Welbeck to leave the club on a FREE transfer with former Arsenal and Manchester United striker still able to join a Premier League club until October 16
- Watford have allowed Danny Welbeck to leave the club on a free this summer
- The ex-England international takes home in the region of £100,000-per-week
- The Premier League and EFL can do business with each other until October 16
- Welbeck has recently attracted interest from Southampton and Crystal Palace
The former England international is among the highest earners at Vicarage Road taking home in the region of £100,000-per-week and the club are prepared to let Welbeck leave without a fee.
The Premier League and EFL can do business with each other up until October 16 and Welbeck’s availability on a free could attract top-flight teams.
Watford will allow experienced striker Danny Welbeck to leave the club on free transfer
Welbeck is a popular figure at Watford but the club recognise the attraction of continuing his Premier League career.
He hasn’t played this season, but played an important role towards the back end of last season as Watford came within a whisker of top-flight survival.
The former Arsenal and Manchester United striker has attracted interest from the likes of Southampton and Crystal Palace in recent weeks.
He scored two goals in 18 Premier League appearances last season but is yet to play for Watford in the Championship this season.
The ex-England striker is among Watford’s highest earners at around £100,000-per-week