Danny Welbeck has completed a deal with Watford ahead of the upcoming Premier League season.

The former Arsenal and Manchester United man was a free agent after he was released by the Gunners at the end of last season.

However, he has since agreed terms with the Hornets and has signed a deal at Vicarage Road.

Welbeck was a member of the Manchester United youth academy before signing pro terms in 2008. During his time at United he scored 29 goals in 142 appearances and spent time on loan at Preston and Sunderland.

He moved to Arsenal in September 2014 for £16million and went on to score 32 goals in 126 games.

He has a Premier League title, two league cups, one FA Cup and a Club World Cup to his name, as well as 16 goals from 42 caps for England.

More to follow.