It could be a case of seeing double at Watford next season if Nordin Amrabat's younger brother, Sofyan, joins the Hornets.

The 20-year-old plays for FC Utrecht and made his international debut for Morocco earlier this year.

Stoke City and Crystal Palace are both reportedly interested as well as Watford, with a price tag of £4 million placed on him.

He has previously said he has dreamed of playing alongside his brother - so Nordin's presence at Vicarage Road could prove crucial in luring the talented youngster to Hertfordshire.

He told Fox Sports this weekend: "That would be very nice. But we have not discussed it yet.

"Of course you are flattered when you get linked with a Premier League club. That's a compliment and says I'm doing well. But there is still nothing concrete. I'm going only think about it when it is relevant.

"The Premier League is a competition where I could play. In terms of style of play it would fit well with me. Sure Germany and Spain are also beautiful. If you want to reach the top, and I want to, you should be able to play anywhere and against anyone.

"An intermediate step would be logical or even ideal, but I'm working with FC Utrecht. We want to win the playoffs and then I'll look further."

This year has been Sofyan's break-through season in the Eredivisie, starting 28 of Utrecht's league games.