Watford's week started with news around Vicarage Road, with Magda Pozzo suggesting the club could be looking for naming rights for the stadium.

The Vic was also the subject of conversation regarding world bantamweight champion Shannon Courtenay, who said she wanted to fight at the ground some day in the future.

There was a number of transfer-related stories once again,with goalkeeper Ben Foster firstly ruling himself out of a move to Manchester City.

Also ruled out was a deal for Mbaye Diagne from Galatasaray, with reports in Turkey suggesting something had been agreed.

In more positive transfer news, talks continued between Watford and Ashley Young and, while nothing is in place yet, it is understood both parties remain optimistic about the possibility of a move.

Elsewhere, a deal was completed, with 19-year-old defender Mattie Pollock arriving from Grimsby Town.

Pollock's arrival seems to be an indication of the type of transfers Watford are going to look to make this summer, with CEO and chairman Scott Duxbury claiming they are keen to learn from mistakes with recruitment.

One familiar looking deal could come in the form of Jens Stryger Larsen, who could be the latest arrival from Udinese.

A number of former Watford favourites made the news this week as well, with Etienne Capoue winning the Europa League with Villarreal, Slavisa Jokanovic getting the Sheffield United manager's job, Malky Mackay taking over at Ross County and both Richard Johnson and Jimmy Gilligan handed roles in Watford's academy.

Finally, excitement for Euro 2020 grew among the squad, with Ken Sema and Daniel Bachmann both called up to represent their respective nations.