Premier League clubs are keeping tabs on Crawley's Max Watters

Premier League clubs are keeping tabs on Crawley goal machine Max Watters, who has scored 12 times in just 14 games this season… with League Two side likely to hold out for up to £1m for the in-form 21-year-old

  • Premier League and foreign clubs are circling for Crawley Town’s Max Watters
  • The 21-year-old has scored 12 goals in just 14 games since his arrival in October
  • His impressive displays have tempted scouts from a number of top-flight clubs
  • West Brom and Watford are among a number of sides who interested in Watters 

Premier League and foreign clubs are circling for Crawley Town’s rising striker prospect Max Watters.

Interest in Watters, 21, is mounting after his goal-filled start to his Crawley career since his arrival in October.

Watters has scored 12 goals in just 14 games after adding two more to his tally at Mansfield on Saturday and quickly emerged as one of the division’s most clinical strikers.

Premier League and foreign clubs are circling for Crawley Town’s striker, Max Watters (above)

Watters’s displays have been noted and tempted scouts from a number of top-flight clubs to the Broadfield Stadium to run the rule over him.

West Brom and Watford are among a number of sides to have made checks on Watters who has also been subject of interest from League One and Belgium.

The 21-year-old has scored 12 goals in just 14 games since his arrival at Crawley in October

West Brom and Watford are among a number of Premier League sides who interested in him

Nine of Watters’s goals have come in eight League Two starts and three substitute appearances, giving him a league best goals per-game and minutes-per-goal ratio.

Crawley snapped up former England schoolboys frontman Watters, a quick, strong and confident finisher, following his release from Doncaster at the end of last season.

With Crawley expected to activate their option to extend Watters’s initial one-year contract for a further 12 months until 2022, he could fetch as much as a seven-figure fee for the Sussex side.




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