Adalberto Peñaranda signed for Watford in the winter transfer window for €10.6m from Udinese, but was immediately sent on loan to Granada.
The 18-year-old has been impressing everyone in Spain, and is starting to make a name for himself. He has 8 goals and 5 assists to his name this season, and Watford fans have every reason to get excited about his arrival in the summer.
According to Spanish daily Marca, Peñaranda has 'exploded' in Spain, and has been generating a lot of interested. They reckon Tottenham and West Ham United are interested in signing the Venezuelan forward and are ready to submit an offer at the end of the season.
Marca say Tottenham are the most interested ones and could launch a bid of at least €20m, but it seems a bit unlikely Watford would want to sell him at the moment.
The player is highly rated in Spain, and his value could rise in the next couple of seasons, so it's likely he'll remain at Watford next season.