Watford have affirmed Nigerian midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo has been delivered following the finishing of his advance stretch from parent club Stir up City.
Etebo moved to the Vicarage Street on a season-long credit bargain the previous summer, with the choice to join the Hornets on an extremely durable arrangement.
However, the 26-year-old has been hampered by a drawn out injury which restricted his appearance for the club to only 10 association appearances in the 2021/22 season.
Watford declared on their site that the Nigeria is among the five players delivered as the club plans to play overhead Bet Title next season following their transfer from the Chief Association.
“Following the finish of the 2021/22 Head Association season, Watford FC can affirm that five first-cooperative people have left the club,”reads an assertion on the club’s true site.
“Goalkeeper Ben Cultivate has been delivered toward the finish of his agreement, welcoming the drapery down on a celebrated Hornets vocation which saw the 39-year-old element for the club north of 200 times during two seasons borrowed somewhere in the range of 2005 and 2007 and after re-marking for all time from West Bromwich Albion in 2018.
“Safeguard Nicolas Nkoulou – who showed up in the wake of marking in October 2021 – and forward Andre Dark – who spent the keep going effort borrowed at Sovereigns Park Officers – have likewise left upon the termination of their arrangements.
“Juraj Kucka has decided to enact a delivery statement in his agreement, stopping his one-season stay in Hertfordshire, while individual midfielder Peter Etebo has gotten back to parent club Stir up City following his credit spell at Vicarage Street.
With Etebo’s leave there are presently five Nigerians in the club – William Troost-Ekong, Emmanuel Dennis, Samuel Kalu and Maduka Okoye at the club.