Looking for defensive reinforcements, Watford made a Ligue 1 player. Hassane Kamara signed for Watford on Tuesday.
The Premier League continues its market in France. As in every transfer market, Ligue 1 is one of the championships that supplies England. This Tuesday, it was the left side of OGC Nice Hassane Kamara who packed his bags, directly across the Channel.
The native of Saint-Denis has officially signed up for Watford, where a three-and-a-half-year contract awaited him. He is now linked with the Hornets until June 2025.
Trained in particular in Toulouse, Kamara arrived near Nice in July 2020, from the Stade de Reims. This season, Kamara had taken part in 11 Ligue 1 matches, playing 544 minutes of play. At 27, this will be his first experience abroad, under the leadership of Claudio Ranieri.
Ivorian international (5 caps), he was not selected to play the next African Cup of Nations, which will start on January 9 in Cameroon. He will be available next Saturday for Watford in the FA Cup match against Leicester.