Swansea bid for Deeney

Swansea have made a bid in excess of £5m for Watford striker Troy Deeney, Sky sources understand.

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Troy Deeney: Has been one of the best fo

Troy Deeney: Has been one of the best fo

The 26-year-old has emerged as a hot property on the transfer market this summer after a pair of very successful seasons at Vicarage Road.

The former Walsall man scored 20 goals in all competitions in the 2012/13 season and then bagged 25 last term.

Aston Villa, Newcastle and Burnley are other top-flight clubs who are believed to be interested in Deeney, who joined Watford in 2010.

And clubs seen as possible leading Championship promotion contenders in the form of Norwich, Fulham, Wigan and Nottingham Forest are also reportedly monitoring the prolific forward.

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