- Current club: Watford
- Date of Birth: 26 June 1991
- Birthplace: Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, England
- Position: Forward, Striker
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New Everton manager Sam Allardyce has reportedly earmarked Watford skipper Troy Deeney as his number one target for the winter transfer window.
Premier League holders Chelsea have revealed their starting lineup ahead of the Watford clash in an hour's time.
Burnley have completed a transfer deadline day move for Huddersfield Town star Nakhi Wells. The Clarets have had their most recent offer accepted and the player has signed a four-year deal at his new club.
AS Monaco are planning a surprise move to sign Leicester City's Islam Slimani this summer. The Algeria international has been identified as a potential replacement for outbound teenager Kylian Mbappe.
Leeds United striker Chris Wood is reportedly in Manchester for a series of medical tests ahead of his proposed switch to Burnley.
After seeing their initial £12 million bid rejected, Burnley are closing in on the signing of Leeds United and New Zealand striker Chris Wood, in a deal that would see the Championship earn £15 million.
Watford will not be pursuing a summer deal for Leicester City striker Islam Slimani following the club-record signing of Andre Gray last week.
Watford manager Marco Silva is lining up a move for Leicester City's record signing, Islam Slimani. £30 million striker Slimani has worked for Silva before when the pair were both together at Sporting Lisbon.
Watford have completed the signing of striker Andre Gray from fellow Premier League side, Burnley, for a fee of £18.5 million. The English attacker makes the move to Vicarage Road on a five-year deal.
Andre Gray has emerged as a top transfer target for Watford, who are looking to bolster their forward ranks further during the summer transfer window.
Championship big-spenders Wolverhampton Wanderers are planning an approach to sign Burnley striker Andre Gray in this summer's transfer window
Burnley, Brighton & Hove Albion and Newcastle United are all interested in signing Everton outcast Oumar Niasse this summer.
Burnley striker Andre Gray has insisted that he is concentrating on his job at Turf Moor amid the ongoing speculation over his future.
Burnley have sealed the services of Jonathan Walters from Stoke City for an initial fee of around £2m. The Republic of Ireland international called time on his seven-year career at Staffordshire to join Sean Dyche's side.
Burnley have had an £8 million bid for Nottingham Forest striker Britt Assombalonga rejected, with the Championship club valuing him at almost double that.
West Ham United are planning a £15m to sign Burnley striker Andre Gray during this summer's transfer window. The former Brentford star is stalling on a fresh contract at Turf Moor following an impressive Premier League debut last term.
Burnley striker Andre Gray is the latest striker to be linked with West Ham United this summer as his departure from the Lancashire club looks ever more likely.
Anyone who follows Spurs knows that they are in desperate need for a backup striker to fill Harry Kane's boots. If last season they had a player that was up to the standard required to play in the EPL, they may well have snatched the title from Chelsea. They lost too many points when the England and Golden Boot winner was out injured which ended up costing them vital points.
Everton's signing spree continued on Friday when they completed the signing of Nigeria striker Henry Onyekuru from KAS Eupen, before immediately loaning him out to Anderlecht.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has identified Nottingham Forest's Britt Assombalonga as a potential target to replace Andre Gray during this summer's transfer window.