English PL side, Watford has completed the transfer of Burnley striker, Andy Gray for a club record fee.
The 26-year-old joins the club for a fee believed to be around £18 million, and is expected to be available for selection for Saturday’s opener against Liverpool at the Vicarage Road.
Gray is the Hornets’ second signing in as many days, following the initial arrival of Brazilian forward, Richalison, for £11.5million from Fluminese.
Gray, who was previously of Luton Town and Shrewsbury Town, scored nine times in the league last season for Burnley, as they secured their PL status for another season.
The Englishman was instrumental as Burnley emerged Championship winners in 2015/2016 season, when he scored 25 goals for the Clarets.
Manager, Marko Silva, with his latest acquisition continues to fine tune his squad for next season.
However, with captain, Troy Deeney already at the club, what does the future hold for Nigerian youngster, Isaac Success, who made the 19 appearances, scoring just once last season, under former manager, Walter Mazzari?