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WAT 1-0 SHU: Dennis' Performance Suggests He Might Leave Watford Before Transfer Window Closes

Watford started its 2022/2023 league campaign on a strong note after the team was relegated last season from the EPL. Note that Watford dominated the game for 90 minutes, and a goal from Joao Pedro was sufficient to seal the win for Edwards' team on matchday day 1 in the English Championship.

Photo: Watford VS Sheffield United || Twitter

Well, the highlights of the game were the touchline theatrics, Watford's strong attack, Joao Pedro and Sarr's strength, and Sheffield United's long balls, but this article will focus on how Emmanuel Dennis' performance suggests he might leave Watford before the transfer window closes. Take a look!

1. The Nigerian Forward Was Difficult To Stop Against Sheffield United.

Photo: Emmanuel Dennis || Twitter

Note that Emmanuel Dennis was Watford's best attacker, and he showed great qualities against Sheffield United. The 24-year-old forward was difficult to stop in one VS one situation. Against Sheffield United, Emmanuel Dennis hardly missed an aerial duel, and his ability to get out of tight spaces was great. Note that he was also involved in the build of Joao Pedro's goal as he provided a "Pre-Assist."

Photo: Emmanuel Dennis || Twitter

On the other hand, he showed great versatility against Sheffield United. He was able to drift to the left-wing, right-wing, and Centre-forward positions. Hence, these qualities might attract top team's from the EPL. Note that he has already been linked with several EPL teams, and his latest performance suggests that he could leave for one of these clubs before the Transfer window closes. Lastly, note that Emmanuel Dennis already showed his quality last season in the EPL despite Watford's struggles.

Photo: Emmanuel Dennis || Twitter

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