Massimo Ambrosini, the ex Italian international and AC Milan player could be in with a shock move to Watford, according to Sky Sports.

The Midfielder who made 35 appearances for Italy is now a free agent after leaving Fiorentina after one season and Guiseppe Sannino is apparently keen to try bring the player in to Vicarage Road.

Ambrosini during his time as a footballer has won the Serie A four times, won the Champions League twice, the UEFA super cup twice and also the Coppa Italia. He has also featured at Euro 2000 where he was a runner-up after a substitute appearance and Euro 2008 as well as wearing the captains armband for his country. He missed the World Cup in 2006 through injury however he captained Milan for what would be his first of many occasions for the 2007/08 season through Paolo Maldini’s absence through injury.

During his 18 year stint with Milan  he amassed 344 appearances as well as scoring 29 goals for himself. He has also featured as Milan’s club captain since 2009 until 2013 in a four year period in which he won the Serie A in the 2010/11 season.

Watford are now gearing up ready for this season for what seems to be another assault on the Premier League and if they are to do so, such quality in central midfield will be greatly appreciated all around the pitch for the Hornets.

He has also declared that he wants an move overseas, could this be the one for him?

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