Malaga set to offer Isaac Success a life line with a loan deal

Malaga set to offer Isaac Success a life line with a loan deal

- Watford signed Isaac Success for a club-record £12.5 million in the summer of 2016

- The 22-year-old has struggled since his Hornets arrival, scoring just once

- Malaga are interested in taking the forward on loan until the end of the season

Spanish La Liga outfit Malaga are set to sign Nigerian international Isaac Success on a season long loan from Premier League team Watford.

Success joined Watford from Granada for a club record of £12.5 million but has struggled to lay down a maker down in the Premier League.

He has made one appearance this season owing to a knee injury and new manager Javi Gracia is prepared to allow the player to leave the club on loan.

Malaga set to offer Isaac Success a life line with a loan deal

Isaac Success has struggled at Watford since joining. Source: SUN

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The 22-year-old knows opportunities will be hard to come by and is prepared to move to Spain, where he has previously played in La Liga for Granada.

Watford themselves are pursuing Barcelona winger Gerard Deulofeu, the former Everton player has made nine starts for Barcelona this season but opportunities have been hard to come by recently.

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However, the player is keen to stay and fight for his place and will require some persuading to commit to another move away from the Camp Nou.

Success is desperate for playing time to be able to convince Super Eagles boss Gernot Rohr to be considered in the Super Eagles team to Russia.

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