Huddersfield Town are lining up a swoop for Watford midfielder Lewis McGugan, according to The Sun.
The Terriers sold Conor Coady for around £2 million to Wolverhampton Wanderers last week and boss Chris Powell is lining up McGugan as his replacement, with the Hornets preparing to sell the midfielder for £500,000 say The Sun.
The 26-year-old had spent last season on loan at Sheffield Wednesday and the Owls were keen to turn the loan in a permanent deal, but any move appears to be put on hold due to the change in management at Hillsborough.
McGugan is deemed surplus to requirements at Vicarage Road and looks set to heading for the exit this summer after two years at the Hertfordshire club.
He joined Watford on a free transfer in July 2013 from Nottingham Forest and went on to give an impressive return of 10 goals in 34 games during the 2013/14 campaign but fell out of favour the following season, making just six appearances before seeing out the rest of the season at Sheffield Wednesday.
McGugan, who made 229 appearances in seven years at Forest, scored twice in 22 matches for Wednesday.
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