Watford have made a bid of around £10million for the Egyptian striker known as 'Trézéguet', according to several reports in both Turkey and Egypt.

Mahmoud Ahmed Ibrahim Hassan named himself after the French attacker David Trézéguet after a coach noted similarities in both his style of play and appearance.

The 24-year-old currently plays for Turkish side Kasimpasa, but their club president Turgay Ciner has reportedly said he will help the player get a move to Watford after the player was said to have told friends he wants to leave and play in England.

He impressed in Turkey last season, scoring nine goals and providing nine assists in the Superlig.

He has six goals from 38 games for the national side, including the only goal in their 1-0 AFCON win over Zimbabwe last Friday.

Fenerbahce and Galatasaray are also reported to be interested.