Watford of England striker, Isaac Success may find his days of relevance in The Hornets limited in the coming season, as the club is said to be in the hunt for three Brazilian attackers.
With Success again battling injuries, as was the case when he needed surgery last season, Watford appear eager to find alternatives this summer, and the Vicarage club have already opened their links in the Brazilian transfer market.
Success is bound to find his playing time restricted in the squad, as The Hornets are looking at replicating the achievements of another Brazilian, Richarlison, who is setting tongues wagging with Everton.
With that in view, Success might find himself struggling for a shirt next season or even be declared surplus to requirements, as Watford are said to be ready to dip into the Brazilian market this summer.
Success’ club’s egg heads are thought to be keen on signing is 24-year-old Corinthians striker Gustavo, who has scored three goals in his last four starts in this season’s Championship.
The Hornets are also believed to be keen on Lincoln of Flamengo, but he is valued at around £30m and may be beyond their budget, while a move for 17-year-old Martinelli at Ituano is also under some consideration.