Tottenham flop and Benjamin Stambouli looks set for another move – just a year after leaving Spurs for Paris Saint-Germain.
The midfielder arrived at White Hart Lane from Montpellier in 2014 but started just four Premier League games during his one and only season with the club.
So it was surprising when French champions PSG bought him last summer – with Tottenham even making a profit on the 25-year-old.
That came as bad news for Watford, who had hoped to land him this time last year following the arrival of new manager Quique Sanchez Flores.
However, he struggled to establish himself at the Parc des Princes too, and started only 18 times in Ligue 1 and is now seemingly headed for the exit door already.
PSG and Real Betis are currently in talks about a switch to Spain although the two clubs are currently at odds over the transfer fee.
Betis are only willing to spend around £6m on a player who has started just 24 league games in the past two years, but PSG reckon he is worth as much as £7.7m in today’s market.