Premier League side Watford are interested in Paradou trio Zakaria Naidji, Haithem Loucif and Hichem Boudaoui, according to Foot Afrique.
The idea behind the transfers would be part of a potential partnership setup between the two clubs, with Watford owner Gino Pozzo interested in taking on the talent and then selling them on later on.
Watford are expected to send someone to Algeria and take a closer look at the Paradou AC system. Algerian FA president Zetchi has often used the Academy to give his own players international caps which then increases their value.
The likes of Essaid Belkalem and Adlene Guedioura have played for Algeria in the past. Watford made the final of this year’s FA Cup but lost 6-0 to fellow Algerian international Riyad Mahrez.
Hichem Boudaoui is currently with the Algeria squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. He is a central midfielder.
Haithem Loucif played for Algeria against Gambia back in March and he is a right-back. He is great going forward. Zakaria Naidji was the top scorer in the 2018/19 Algerian League with 20 goals and also featured for the Algerian national team this year against Gambia.
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