Reports have said representatives of former youth international, Isaac Success are locked in talks with Watford and Granada for the transfer of the striker in the summer.
Both the Andalusian club and the Hornets are sister clubs and a transfer fee for the Nigeria youth international will only be for bookkeeping purposes.
Having said that, BJ Foundation, the nursery team that nurtured Success before he rose to stardom, inserted a ten percent sell-on clause when he was sold to Udinese and stand to gain if he is acquired on a permanent basis by the English Premier League side.
Contrary to reports in the foreign press, a deal is far from being completed as Isaac Success is yet to accept the salary that he is being offered by Watford.
Watford have offered the 20-year-old a four-year contract and weekly wages of 20,000 pounds but the ex-Golden Eaglets star and his advisers are holding out for £50,000 per week.
Isaac Success is tied to Granada until the summer of 2019, having extended his contract in August 2015.