Forsyth deal set to go through
Watford are set to sign Dundee winger-cum-full-back Craig Forsyth after the clubs agreed a compensation package.
The Hornet's should complete their first summer signing with Forsyth travelling down to undergo a medical at the club tomorrow.
A potential move to fellow suitors Crystal Palace broke down yesterday when the south Londoners failed to meet the Dee's 100k asking price by way of compensation.
The 22 year-old is predominately a winger but can play at left full-back too. Forsyth has made 48 league starts for the Scottish outfit scoring 10 goals.
Dundee CEO Harry MacLean praised the Hornets for the way they went about striking the deal when speaking to The Watford Observer
'Watford have been excellent to deal with and we have accepted their transfer package for Craig.
'They have agreed terms with him and that means he will travel to Watford for a medical early this week.'
Forsyth's move south of the border is the first piece of business overseen by new head of football business, Ross Wilson who was recently poached from SPL side St Mirren to replace John Stephenson.
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